Clay Payne Named Director of Right-of-Way & Facilities
For the past 20 years, Clay has remained focused on providing thoughtful solutions for his railroad and transit clients, and their facilities and infrastructure projects. Clay has a passion for enhancing the passenger experience, and keeping transit agency facilities running and operational. His breadth of facility project experience includes station renovations, train and bus maintenance shops, bus loops, multi-modal transportation centers, ADA compliance, and parking lots, as well as MEP, structural, and facilities communications. He has also expanded his reach with his transit clients by working on traction power and Overhead Catenary/Collector System (OCS) projects. Recently, Clay has been involved with SEPTA’s 5th Street Station Rehabilitation, serving as Project Manager, and is the Project Manager of the Franklin Square Station Revitalization project for the Delaware River Port Authority. Clay is also the Project Manager of OCS, Structural and MEP for SEPTA’s Elwyn to Wawa Restoration project, which is working to restore full commuter rail service on SEPTA’s Media/Elwyn Line from Elwyn Station to a new rail passenger station at the site of the former Wawa Station.
Clay holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Bucknell University, and a Master of Structural Engineering from Cornell University.
In his new role, Clay will lead his team to deliver exciting and innovative projects that enhance the passenger experience and achieve the goals of the clients who operate them. Congratulations, Clay!