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Please enjoy the latest issue of our company newsletter - the Robinson Report!

In this issue:

General Industry - Buying Construction Services
Featured Project - Perry County Memorial Hospital Emergency Department Receives Updates

Company News 
Employee News & Accomplishments
Community Activities & Events
On the Safe Side

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PERRYVILLE, MO, July 25, 2018 – Robinson Construction Company was recently awarded a $14.4 million contract for design and renovation of Building 751 at Patrick AFB, Florida. Building 751 is a 1940s era maintenance hangar that houses the 920 Maintenance Group, 920 Aircraft Squadron, and 920 Maintenance Squadron.

Robinson was awarded the contract for design and renovation of the 47,000 square foot facility on July 19, 2018. The renovations include upgrade of the existing building systems such as electrical, mechanical, and fire protection; resurfacing of the hangar concrete floor surface; repair of hangar doors and their components; central HVAC installation in the office area; installation of approximately 25,000 square feet of bird netting in the hangar bay; and site preparation and utilities for temporary facilities. 

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Engineering News-Record (ENR) has recognized Robinson Construction Company as one of the Top Contractors in the Midwest. Rankings are based on 2017 revenue for work completed in the Midwest region (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin).

ENR is a weekly magazine that provides news, analysis, data and opinion for the construction industry worldwide. ENR performs annual surveys of the largest contractors and design firms in the U.S. and internationally and ranks them based on annual revenue.

 
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Robinson Construction is ranked No. 4 in power construction and No. 105 overall on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) Southeast Top Contractors list for 2018 – up 13 spots from last year! 

ENR is a weekly magazine that provides news, analysis, data and opinion for the construction industry worldwide. ENR performs annual surveys of the largest contractors and design firms in the U.S. and internationally and ranks them based on annual revenue.

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Superintendent Bruce Gibbar was recently recognized by a long-time Robinson customer as a “leader in safety.” A letter from the customer states:

“I am writing to thank you for your efforts in achieving three years without a contractor lost time accident on our [jobsite]. In May, thousands of contractor hours have been registered on our site without a lost time incident. The on-site team routinely demonstrates a clear understanding of, and commitment to safety. In many cases, that partnership has led to us improving safety performance together.

Our leadership team determined that a cornerstone of our successful partnership here has to do with the Leadership in Safety demonstrated by your on-site leader, Bruce Gibbar. His contributions to safety go beyond looking after his own crews, to our extended teams, as well as other contractors and visitors. He has been effective in meeting [our] reporting standards, root cause safety problem solving, and takes swift action where safety is concerned. It is truly a pleasure to work with a professional like Bruce.

Additionally, we congratulate and thank your entire organization for demonstrating the high level of commitment to keeping people safe, and to reaching this three year milestone on [our site]. We look forward to our continued, successful partnership in safety.”

Bruce was presented with the letter and a plaque by Robinson CEO Frank Robinson at the June Supervisor’s Meeting. Bruce was grateful that he was chosen to receive the award, but believes safety is a group effort. “This doesn’t just belong to me. We should really have 200 of these plaques because it’s a group effort and we all had a part in making this happen.”

Congratulations to Bruce and his entire team on this great accomplishment!

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We are so proud to be honored with the Community Partnership Award 2017 from the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland!

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We feel so honored to have been chosen as Perry County's 2017 Business of the Year! 

See the story here: Business of the Year

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Please enjoy the latest issue of our company newsletter - the Robinson Report!

In this issue:

A message from our Sales Team:  We Want Your Feedback!
General Industry:  Damage Clauses in Construction Contracts
Featured Project:  Women's Shelter Repaired in time for Christmas Festivities
Recent company & employee news
Community events & activities
On the Safe Side - see the results of our yearly safety poster contest!

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Robinson Construction Company has been recognized by Engineering News-Record (ENR) as one of the Top Contractors in the Midwest for the fourth consecutive year, also earning a first time ranking as a Top Contractor in the Mid-Atlantic region. Based on 2015 revenue for work completed in the Midwest (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin), Robinson ranked No. 78 overall and No. 12 in Missouri. In the Mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington DC, West Virginia), Robinson snagged the No. 53 spot on the list.

ENR is a weekly magazine that provides news, analysis, data, and opinion for the construction industry worldwide. The ENR Top Contractors list ranks general contractors, both publicly and privately held, based on construction contracting-specific revenue.
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If you were to look up the word ‘humanitarian’ in the dictionary, you would find that a humanitarian is defined as “a person who works to make other people’s lives better.” The Perry County Community Foundation (PCCF), a community betterment group founded in 2013, voted to bestow the honor of their first Humanitarian of the Year on one Perry County businessperson, who is described by his peers as a leader, a teacher, persistent, motivated, genuine, and humble.

Frank Robinson, president of Robinson Construction Company, was chosen as the recipient of the PCCF’s first Humanitarian of the Year award. According to PCCF board member Lorna Gibbar, “the purpose of the humanitarian award to is get people to think about philanthropy and also to recognize a local leader in that area.” A banquet, celebrating Frank and his many life achievements, was held on November 4, 2015 in Perryville. “Frank is a prize to the Perry County Community as he strives to make Perry County a better place to live, work, and thrive through philanthropic gifts, events, and guidance.”

The evening began at 6 p.m. with cocktails and dinner. Shortly following dinner, guest speaker, Al Hrabosky aka “the Mad Hungarian,” spoke a few words about his time as a major league pitcher and, through tears, expressed how humanitarianism captured a huge piece of his heart and has taken on such a large role in his life. Hrabosky was followed by the presentation of the Humanitarian of the Year award to close out the evening.

“I cannot think of anyone more deserving,” said Kelly Garza, Marketing Manager for Robinson Construction after learning of Frank’s award. “I have always seen Frank as a pillar in this community even before I came to work for him 15 years ago. He has the knowledge, resources, and leadership skills to help our people and our community grow and thrive, and that is exactly what he does.” In addition to the many civic organizations that Frank supports on a regular basis, he also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Bank of Missouri (1995-present), and is a member of the Perryville Planning & Zoning Commission (1980-present), Perry County Economic Development Authority (1985-present), Perryville Area Chamber of Commerce (1976-present), and Perry County Community Foundation (2013-present).

Kelly was not the only one of Frank’s employees who had only good things to say about him. This video, prepared by Buchheit Design, features several of Frank’s team members, business associates, friends, and family members discussing their thoughts on Frank and the Humanitarian of the Year award.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJWDTsD8i4A  

The PCCF’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Perry County through philanthropic activities:  Encourage, guide, and facilitate others that aspire to engage in efforts that move the community forward in the areas of culture, aesthetics, education, and leadership. The Community Foundation can help create permanent charitable funds that will have an outstanding impact on the life of their community and the causes they hold dear. With these assets, the Community Foundation will be able to award grants and scholarships over a broad range of area. Learn more about the Perry County Community Foundation at www.perrycofoundation.org.
 
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