Arthur “Art” B. Corwin, PE

Headshot of Art Corwin

NYU Tandon School of Engineering
BS, Civil Engineering

Licensed Professional Engineer

New York and New Jersey

Local 825 Operating Engineers

General Contractors Association of New York


Associated Construction Contractors of NJ • President
The Moles • Past President

American Society of Civil Engineers



Arthur “Art” B. Corwin, PE, has dedicated 45 years to a career in engineering and construction. In his current role as President at Railroad Construction Company, Inc. (RCC) he is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations and collaborating with executive and senior level management to promote an environment that cultivates the company’s mission and core values.

Following graduation in 1978, Art immediately joined Moretrench as a Staff Engineer and for the next 40 years, he was loyal to the continued growth of the company. He was elected to the Board of Directors in 1988 and served in various engineering and executive capacities including Chief Engineer, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He was promoted to President in 2003, CEO in 2007 and elected Chairman in 2010. Following retirement from Moretrench in 2018, Art accepted an offer to join RCC as President in 2019.

During his tenure at Moretrench, he spent nearly a year in Saudi Arabia and worked in 23 states. He was involved in some of the country’s most significant infrastructure projects including the “Big Dig” in Boston and the 2nd Avenue Subway and the #7 Subway Extension in NYC.

His most memorable project was the recovery and reconstruction of the World Trade Center in NYC after 9/11.

Art was named the 2015 Alumni of the Year at a dinner held by the State University of New York in Farmingdale and he was honored at the annual Moles Dinner with the Member Award in 2016.

Art and his wife Ann have lived in Morris County for 37 years. They have three grown children.

An avid supporter of the community, Art is involved in many local charities including:

  • Homeless Solutions Shelter
    • Ongoing volunteer since 2004 and served on the Board for six years including two years as Chair.
  • Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
    • Serving six years as Trustee, with two years as Chair of the Building and Grounds Committee.
  • Boys & Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic
    • Currently serving on the Board.