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Did you know that Robinson Construction performs Underground Utilities work? Tough utility projects are our thing. Got deep excavations, unstable soil, groundwater, bedrock, existing utilities, or other challenging conditions? Bring it on - we thrive on a challenge! We find workable solutions to difficult projects. Check out more about Underground Utilities and other self-perform trades click here.
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Greg Husmann has joined Robinson Construction as a project manager. In this role, Greg is responsible for overall management and administration of assigned projects, from budget and scheduling, to production and completion. Greg graduated from the University of Missouri – Rolla with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He has over 27 years of project management experience and 5 years of senior estimating experience. Greg is excited to work with a Missouri based company again and have the opportunity to lead construction projects for Robinson Construction.

Melissa Latoz has joined Robinson Construction as the Training and Development Coordinator. In this role, Melissa is responsible for all training event coordination, as well as maintaining the learning management system in addition to overseeing the Supervisor and Field Engineer training programs. Melissa lives in Southern Illinois and has nearly 8 years’ experience in the training and development field. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Melissa worked as Training Manager for Personal Finance Company.

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Angela Swan has joined Robinson Construction as Executive Assistant. Angela is responsible for assisting the CEO with outside boards and civic responsibilities, performing office management duties, and creating training curriculum and videos for the learning management system. Angela is originally from Perryville, Missouri, and has a B.A. in Economics from Westminster College in Fulton, MO. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, she lived in upstate New York where she was Executive Assistant for the Adirondack/Champlain Valley Boards of REALTORs and statewide coordinator for New York State’s Maple Weekend.

Dylan Green has joined Robinson Construction as an IT Technical Support Specialist. In this role, Dylan is responsible for providing technical support to all office and field personnel. Dylan is from Chester, Illinois and over 5 years of experience with technical support and networking. He earned his A.S. in Information Technology from Ranken Technical Institute here in Perryville, Missouri.

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Did you know that Robinson Construction performs Structural Concrete work? We have placed hundreds of thousands of cubic yards of concrete including reinforced slabs, walls, beams, columns, foundations, frames, basins, and footings. We understand the importance of getting it right the first time. Check out more about structural concrete and other self-perform trades click here.

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Corporate Safety Director Eugene Besand had the honor of being selected to review more than 40 projects that were entered in ENR MidAtlantic’s 2019 Best Projects safety award competition. Kudos to Kiewit (Excellence in Safety Best Project-Lackawanna Energy Center) and Burns & McDonnell (Excellence in Safety Award of Merit-Combined Heat & Power, Architect of the Capitol) for their project selections and commitment to safety! Click here to read more.

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Connie Mahathath has joined Robinson Construction as a recruiter. In this role, Connie is responsible for staffing functions such as pipelining, identifying, calling, interviewing, evaluating, and assisting in the selection of qualified candidates for field positions. Connie is from Perryville, Missouri. She attended Southeast Missouri State University where she earned a B.S. in Mass Communications/Public Relations and has nearly 10 years’ experience in the staffing industry. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Connie managed an employment agency in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, overseeing daily operations, building client relationships, and recruiting qualified candidates.

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Employee Benefits Coordinator, Hanna Bohnert, recently completed all testing and requirements to obtain the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification. The PHR is for the HR professional who has experience with program implementation, has a tactical/logistical orientation, is accountable to another HR professional within the organization, and has responsibilities that focus on the HR department rather than the whole organization.

In order to become certified, Hanna had to meet strict professional experience and educational requirements before she could take the exam. To remain certified, she must stay current in the HR profession and recertify every three years.

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Our second quarter spotlight is Superintendent, JASON SKINNER.

Jason has been a Robinson employee since 2018 and describes himself as someone who never gives up. When he is not on the jobsite he enjoys boating and spending time with his family, which includes his wife, Kristen, and 3 children, Dillon-22, Ty-14, and Peyton-8. His favorite family tradition is attending his parents Fourth of July parties. Skinner mentions that he had a younger brother that passed away at age 13 from brain cancer on July 4th, so his entire family gets together to celebrate his brother’s life and spend time with each other. An interesting fact about Jason is that he helped build the current Busch Stadium! Working as a carpenter he worked on the foundation of the stadium and the elevator cores.

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

In this issue:

General Industry - Strengths Based Leadership
Featured Project -Robinson Renovates 230,000 Square-Foot Building for USPS in Ohio

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

View our latest NEWSLETTER

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Robinson Construction recently earned the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Quality Management Systems (QMS) Certification for structural steel erection with endorsements for seismic and metal desk installation. The AISC QMS Certification sets the quality standard for the structural steel industry and is the most widely recognized national quality certification program for the industry.

To become certified, companies go through a rigorous initial evaluation and are subject to annual reviews. The evaluations require a comprehensive administrative review, documentation audit, and on-site audit to evaluate a company’s quality management system rather than just specific product inspection. The program focuses on the entire process of fabrication and erection – confirming that a company has the personnel, organization, experience, procedures, knowledge, equipment, and commitment to meet the AISC Standards.

Because the program requires participants to set goals and holds them accountable for all aspects of their organization, from management responsibility to employee training to material purchasing and handling to project specific erection and safety plans - participants will continually improve over time. According to QC Manager Willy Oldham, “Robinson’s goal is to build quality structures from the start by focusing on preventing errors rather than correcting them after the fact. By pre-planning and quality tracking, we can reduce re-work, which is beneficial to all parties involved. AISC certified contractors are held to the strictest standards of quality and safety, which means our customers can rest assured that we not only know the way things should be done, but that we are actually doing them that way.”

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