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Alan Huntsman as joined Robinson Construction as a project superintendent. In this role, Alan is responsible for directing and coordinating all jobsite activities on assigned projects. Alan is from Jonesboro, Arkansas and has 30 years' experience in new builds, expansions, and maintenance projects for the paper, energy, and petrochemical industries, among others. He earned an AAS in Industrial Maintenance from Arkansas State University-Newport. The majority of Alan's career, prior to joining Robinson, was spent working as a superintendent for CB&I/Shaw Group.

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PERRYVILLE, MO, April 12, 2024 - Kelly Garza, Marketing Manager for Robinson Construction Company in Perryville, MO, earned the designation of Certified Professional Services Marketer (CPSM) in March 2024. She joins 1,000-plus professionals who are currently CPSMs that have been certified by the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), which advocates for, educates, and connects leaders in the design and building industry. The Society’s mission is to engage, inspire, and empower A/E/C professionals for leadership and lifelong learning.

Certified Professional Services Marketers (CPSMs) are recognized as having the experience and knowledge to generate profitable business in the architectural, engineering, and construction marketplace. To achieve this designation, certification candidates must meet educational and experience requirements, pass a rigorous written examination, and pledge to abide by the CPSM Code of Ethics. The process validates the individual’s mastery of and ability to apply critical business development knowledge in an industry that values certification.

About SMPS:

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the only organization dedicated to creating business opportunities in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries (A/E/C). With more than 7,400 members, SMPS provides leadership and professional development programs, industry research, business-building events, and vital marketing resources. Through SMPS, A/E/C professionals in North America tap into powerful networks to form project teams, secure business referrals and intelligence, and benchmark performance. The Society is committed to validating the practice of marketing and business development as essential to the success of all professional services firms. Learn more about SMPS at

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Robinson Construction Company, Perryville, MO, today announced it ranks 95 on Associated Builders and Contractors’ 2024 Top 250 Performers list and 48 on the Top 150 General Contractors list, an annual publication that recognizes contractor members’ outstanding achievements in safety, quality, inclusion, project excellence and special designations ranked by number of hours worked.

“I'm incredibly proud of our team's unwavering commitment to excellence, safety, and community building,” said Paul Findlay, president of Robinson Construction. “We've worked tirelessly to achieve these rankings, and it's a testament to the dedication of every member of our organization. We will continue to push boundaries, drive innovation, and set the standard for construction excellence."

As an ABC Top Performer, Robinson Construction achieved Gold status or higher in ABC’s STEP Safety Management System, which helps the best-performing contractors achieve incident rates nearly seven times safer than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics industry average, according to ABC’s Safety Performance Report. Robinson Construction also earned ABC’s Accredited Quality Contractor credential, which recognizes excellence in quality, safety performance, talent management—including inclusion, diversity and merit—craft and management education and community relations. 

“Robinson Construction builds the community’s most enduring, innovative, high-quality construction projects, and its leadership team and employees have thriving, growth-centric mindsets, strategic plans and goals,” said Michael Bellaman, president and CEO of ABC. “Business growth is never an accident. It results from a combination of tangibles and intangibles—including a robust culture, innovative tools, a commitment to total human health and a pragmatic appetite for risk. We congratulate Robinson Construction, an exceptional contractor, for operating successfully in a merit shop environment, attracting and retaining top construction talent and setting the standard in business growth.” 

Through credentials like STEP, AQC and other robust programs, Robinson Construction demonstrates it:

Sustains and grows its business, financially and economically
Offers market-competitive compensation, benefit and retirement packages
Commits to industry-leading safety 
Commits to workforce development, education and creating career opportunities
Commits to work environments that are inclusive and diverse
Develops opportunities for their employees to achieve their career dreams
Cultivates committed leadership

The ABC Top Performers lists identify the Top 250 Performers, Top General Contractors, Top Trade Contractors, Top Electrical Contractors, Top Plumbing/HVAC Contractors, Top Specialty Contractors and Top Performers by Market, all of which have earned the elite Accredited Quality Contractor credential. The Top Performers with Special Designations hold one or more special designations. The Top Performers were ranked by the number of hours worked in 2022, as reported in their 2023 STEP applications. The rankings also include lists of top-performing companies in 18 market segments, such as government, health care, infrastructure, military, retail, religious, high tech, airport and sports complexes.

ABC’s Top Performers listings are presented by these ABC strategic partners: Milwaukee, Procore, Southwire and United Rentals. View the 2024 Top Performers lists at

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Melissa Perkins as joined Robinson Construction as a receptionist. In this role, Melissa is responsible for answering the phones, greeting guests, and assisting the Accounting Department with day-to-day transactions. Melissa is originally from Ste. Genevieve, Missouri and has nearly 30 years’ experience working in the construction industry. She attended Jefferson College where she earned an A.A.S. degree in Architectural Drafting / Construction Technology. Prior to joining Robinson, Melissa worked as a truss designer for Builders First Source out of Dallas, TX.

Rachel Gray has joined Robinson Construction as a human resources generalist/recruiter. In this role, Rachel is responsible for searching for qualified candidates, assisting with onboarding, and overall support of the Human Resources Department. Rachel is from Benton, Missouri and has 12+ years’ experience in human resources for various industries. She earned a B.S. in business management and double master’s degree in business & human resources from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. Prior to joining Robinson, Rachel was the human resources manager at Schaefer’s Electrical Enclosures in Scott City, Missouri.

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This week at one of our Ohio jobsites, our corporate safety manager and director hosted multiple trainings for our employees. From CPR/AED/First Aid to Rigging and Signal Person, we're ensuring our team is well-equipped for any situation on or off the job. Think safe, work safe, be safe! #RCCO #RCCOtraining #cprtraining #safetytraining #zeroincidents
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Today at Robinson Construction, we stand together in support of Wade, Adam Wachter's son, as he undergoes a bone marrow biopsy. Wade is battling Shwachman-Diamond syndrome (SDS), a rare genetic disorder. We proudly wore Wade's World shirts today to spread awareness and show our support. Let's send positive vibes and strength to Wade and the Wachter family during this challenging time. #WadesWorld #SupportForWade #CureSDS #RCCO #RCCOFamily #RCCOCares
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Congratulations are in order! Sr. Strategic Accounts Manager Tyson Schoolfield has been elected president of the Board of Directors for the Jackson Missouri Area Chamber of Commerce! We're incredibly proud of his leadership and dedication and are looking forward to the positive impact he'll bring to the community. #RCCO #JacksonChamber #rccoemployees #rccofamily

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“Let us remember that the Christmas heart is a giving heart, a wide-open heart that thinks of others first.” – George Matthew Adams

Robinson employees have been hard at work these past couple of weeks gathering more than 120 gifts for the children in the Perry County School District 32 Backpacks for Friday program and Perry County children currently in foster care. Thank you so much to everyone who donated gifts to help bring joy to these children and their families this Christmas! #rccocares #merrychristmas #rccogivesback #rccofamily #rccogivesback #rccocares

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During the month of November, several men of Robinson Construction participated in #NoShaveNovember to bring awareness to cancer and men’s health. We are proud to announce that through not shaving for the entire month or making donations out of the kindness of their hearts, they have raised $1600 for one of our employees fighting cancer! #rccogivesback #rccocares

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The Robinson Construction Charitable Fund recently issued grants totaling $28,374 to three organizations that provide support to veterans in our community. Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial (MNVM), AMVETS, and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) each received a grant for $9,458. The grant funds were raised at the 2023 Robinson Construction benefit golf tournament, Chip in for Charity. The idea behind Chip in for Charity is to raise money and awareness for groups and charities that are near and dear to Robinson Construction and our community. Unfortunately, DAV was unable to send a representative for a photo, but their Executive Director, Cody VanBoxel said, “Many thanks to Robinson Construction for choosing to raise funds for DAV at your recent golf outing. Although we were unable to be there in person to thank you, I would like to express our immense gratitude on behalf of the organization. Your donation helps DAV serve even more ill and injured veterans and their families. We wish you all the best.” A big THANK YOU goes out to our loyal subcontractors, suppliers, customers, and business partners who participate in this event year after year. Mark your calendars for the next Chip in for Charity golf tournament, Monday, September 30, 2024.

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