GREYHAWK Announces Grayling Johnson as Project Executive

Publish Date: October 26, 2016
Contact: Kathy Kostiuk
(865) 722-1800

MOUNT LAUREL, NJ – GREYHAWK, an award-winning construction management and consulting firm headquartered in Mount Laurel, has announced the addition of Grayling Johnson, RA, as Project Executive. He joins GREYHAWK after serving as Project Manager/Architect for a local architectural firm.

Grayling’s role as Project Executive at GREYHAWK will entail senior level oversight of several multi-million dollar construction projects as well as business development in K-12, higher education, government and housing market sectors.

Johnson, a Sicklerville resident, is a licensed Architect with more than 25 years of diverse experience in architectural design and documentation as well as construction contract administration. He is also a member of the National Council of Architecture Registration Boards (NCARB), a member for the Historic Preservation Committee for the City of Camden, and a member of the Deptford Fire Department where he has served for 35 years and was former Line Officer and elected Commissioner.

His background includes designing and managing projects for residential, government, educational and commercial owners. He brings in-depth knowledge of the construction industry in the fields of education building construction, where he has been recently focused, and residential housing having worked with commercial and residential builders previously as well as the public housing industry.

Johnson graduated with honors from Howard University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and is licensed in six states.

GREYHAWK, an award-winning construction project management and consulting firm, is a leading provider of construction/program management,construction claims management, scheduling, MEP Commissioning and LEED consulting services. GREYHAWK has several offices in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas and consistently provides construction services that result in successful projects. For more information, visit