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Andrea McMillian, project assistant for Robinson Construction, has completed all requirements for the Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credential. The CAPM certification demonstrates understanding of the fundamental knowledge, terminology, and processes of effective project management.

PMI professional certification is a mark of excellence in any location and in any industry. It ensures that the certificant is ready to meet the demands of projects and employers across the globe. PMI certifications are based on rigorous standards and ongoing research to meet the real-world needs of organizations.

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Robinson Construction Company has been recognized by Engineering News-Record (ENR) as a Top Contractor in three regions. This is the ninth consecutive year Robinson has earned rankings on ENR’s Regional Top Lists. Rankings are based on 2020 revenue for work completed in the regions as defined by ENR. Robinson has garnered rankings in the following regions:

MIDWEST (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin) – No. 77

SOUTHEAST (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee) – No. 119

TEXAS & LOUISIANA (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas) – No. 97

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 publically and privately held, based on construction contracting-specific revenue.

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Gilmer Achieves CHST

Thomas Gilmer, onsite safety manager for Robinson Construction, has completed all requirements for the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification. This highly respected certification is awarded by BCSP to individuals who meet eligibility and experience criteria in the safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) discipline and have passed a rigorous examination.

Safety issues have become more complex and today’s safety professional must continually be better qualified. “Safety, health, and environmental practice relies on the knowledge and skills of its practitioners,” explains BCSP’s CEO, Christy Uden, CAE, IOM. “We are proud of those who join us in advancing safety through quality certification.”

BCSP credential holders are among the most highly trained, educated, and experienced individuals in the safety field. Having achieved a BCSP certification shows that the individual has mastered the core competency required for professional safety practice. Certificants recertify every five years to maintain certification, ensuring they remain knowledgeable in their practice and continuously improve the profession.

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It is no surprise that technology has provided so much growth in how we do day to day activities. That is true in the construction industry as well. Virtual Reality has been a great asset to the industry and to us at Robinson Construction. We use our Virtual Reality machine with our detailed BIM models to place ourselves directly inside a full-scale virtual environment. It allows us to walk the entire project before we even break ground on site. The engineering and construction teams can easily find and address design or constructability issues that could otherwise get overlooked with typical construction documents. Our clients can also walk through the model and see what their project will look like when it is complete. This provides the client with greater transparency and improves our ability to set and meet their expectations. For more on how virtual reality is changing construction click here.

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Robinson recently completed a new Emergency Department Waiting Room addition for Marshall Browning Hospital in Du Quoin, Illinois. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held last week to celebrate the new addition. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with Marshall Browning Hospital and provide upgraded facilities for the community of Du Quoin! #rcco #rccoprojects #healthcareconstruction

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Robinson Construction Company announced it has achieved Diamond Level in Associated Builders and Contractor’s STEP Safety Management System, meaning the company is 655% safer than the industry average. Founded more than three decades ago, STEP has evolved into a world-class safety program that dramatically improves safety performance among construction industry participants.

“We are proud to be recognized by ABC as a Diamond Level STEP Award recipient for 2021,” said Paul Findlay, president of Robinson Construction. “Our entire team is dedicated to a Zero Incidents culture, and this is reflected in our ABC National STEP Diamond Level status.”

Robinson Construction has participated in the STEP program for nearly 20 years, earning an award each year at the Gold Level and above. Diamond is the highest level achievable through the program.

STEP participants measure their safety processes and policies on key components through a detailed questionnaire with the goal of implementing or enhancing safety programs that reduce jobsite incidents.

“Safety is a journey, and that journey is possible because of systems like STEP, which enables ABC member contractors like Robinson Construction to have a safer and more productive jobsite,” said Greg Sizemore, ABC vice president of health, safety, environment and workforce development. “Committing to total human health is essential to ensure both the physical and mental health and safety of our workforce, and I commend Robinson Construction for consistently fulfilling those commitments to raising the bar of safety performance.”

According to ABC’s annual Safety Performance Report, STEP participants, regardless of company size or type of work, and can reduce recordable incidents up to 85%, making the best performing companies more than eight times safer than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics industry average. Ratings range from Diamond, the highest, to Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Participant.

To learn more about the STEP program, visit abcstep.org.

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Robinson Construction prides itself in giving back to our community, especially the children. Recently we were approached by Valle Pre-Kindergarten in their need for Chromebooks in the classroom. We were happy to help them reach their goal. According to Lead Pre-Kindergarten teacher, Julie Herzog, “Our ability to offer technology will allow the children a developmentally appropriate way to use technology. The children are able to explore new worlds, make believe and actively engage in fun and challenging activities.”

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Katie Green has joined Robinson Construction as an accounting assistant. In this role, Katie is responsible for assisting the payroll and accounting departments with day-to-day transactions. Katie is originally from Perryville, Missouri and currently residing in Ste. Genevieve. She earned an A.A. from Mineral Area College and a B.S. in Business Management from Central Methodist University. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Katie worked for Paramount Staffing as a branch manager.

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Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Missouri Chapter recently held its Annual Convention at the Lake of the Ozarks. While at the convention Robinson Construction was presented with a “Safety in Excellence” certificate. Robinson received this award due to our exemplary safety record with zero lost workdays in 2020. We would like to thank all of our dedicated employees for helping us reach this goal! At Robinson we not only strive to provide a safe, healthy, and incident-free work environment, we EXPECT it. #rccoawards #rccosafety #constructionsafety #safety #agcmo

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Connie Mahathath, SPHR, was recently promoted to human resources manager. In this role, Connie is responsible for managing the human resource department’s functions and team. Connie joined Robinson in 2019 as a recruiter and workforce coordinator. The experience she gained in those positions, coupled with a decade of experience in the staffing industry and recently earning the Senior Professional in Human Resources credential, has prepared her well for her new role with Robinson. According to David Monier, vice president, “Connie excelled in her prior position. Workforce coordinator is a demanding and challenging position and she did a fantastic job. She established great relationships across the company and everyone enjoys working with her. She’ll do great in her new position as human resources manager.”

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