Jay Appleton, PE, CHC, CSSHO
Jay Appleton, PE, CHC, CSSHO
Project Executive
856.722.1800 ext.113
Joined Greyhawk in 2015

Leadership Team
Jay Appleton, PE, CHC, CSSHO

Jay Appleton has more than 35 years of experience in the design and construction industry, and he leads large and diverse project teams in the development of educational and healthcare facilities, commercial buildings, churches, cultural institutions, and mixed-use/residential projects. With a portfolio that has a cumulative construction cost value in excess of $900 million, Jay is known as an expert in both site infrastructure development/revitalization and building construction specialties including historic preservation and adaptive reuse.

Jay received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering & Construction Technology from Thomas Edison State College, and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Professional Engineer, with specialization in Civil, Sanitary, and Structural Engineering. The American Hospital Association has awarded Jay recognition as a Certified Healthcare Constructor. He is recognized as a leader in construction safety, having been trained in the US Army Corps of Engineers Site Safety & Health Officer and Construction Quality Management programs, as well as OSHA’s 30-Hour Hazard Recognition program. Jay is a Certified Site Safety & Health Officer (CSSHO).

Jay provides technical support and leadership to a number of professional and trade organizations. He is a member of the leadership team with the Philadelphia District Council of the Urban Land Institute where he has been elected to the Governance Committee and the District Council Advisory Board. He is also an active member of the American Society of Healthcare Engineering, the Delaware Valley Green Building Council, the Construction Management Association of America, and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Active in the community, Jay serves with several non-profit community organizations. He is past Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors at The Enterprise Center in Philadelphia, where he served as Board liaison to the Enterprise Heights Community Development Corporation, and helped to coordinate the extensive community revitalization work of the Board’s local economic development entity. He is Past Chairman of the Board of Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, a local non-profit developer of affordable housing, and is a member of the Camden Local Operating Board of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.