Greyson Clark is an Urban Planner in Arup’s New York office, working in the planning, design, and implementation of infrastructure projects. Greyson is particularly interested in transformative urban development projects and bringing a project from plan to reality.

Greyson’s project experience spans transportation planning, strategic planning, policy analysis, land use planning, and community-based planning. Prior to joining the team at Arup, Greyson worked with WXY architecture and urban design, New York City Economic Development Corporation, and the Pratt Center for Community Development. He received his master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and earned three bachelor’s degrees at the University of Georgia.

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