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Last week we hosted four students from St. Vincent High School for their Career and Life Skills Class. Three students shadowed with our Engineering Department and one shadowed our Marketing Department. We are always eager to host students at any grade level to help introduce them to careers at Robinson Construction.

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Adrea Mueller has joined Robinson Construction as a training coordinator/human resources generalist. In this role, Adrea is responsible for coordinating required training for all employees, as well as maintaining the learning management system and overseeing the Supervisor and Field Engineer Training Programs. She also arranges and completes the onboarding paperwork/process for new hires. Adrea is from Ste. Genevieve, Missouri and attended Missouri State University where she earned a M.B.A. in Business Administration and a B.S. in Human Resource Management. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Adrea worked for Amazon as a senior human resources assistant.

Amy Brewer has joined Robinson Construction as a receptionist. In this role, Amy is responsible for answering the phones, greeting guests, and assisting the Accounting Department with day-to-day transactions. Amy is from Perryville, Missouri and attended Jefferson College where she earned an Associates of Arts degree and is currently pursing a B.S. in Business Administration from Lindenwood University. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Amy worked for Mungenast St. Louis Honda as a technology specialist and receptionist..

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The elves at Robinson Construction have been busy over the last couple weeks gathering presents for those in need. They generously donated more than 130 gifts to the Hope for One More Home for Children, the Perry County Backpacks for Friday Program, and Marian Cliff Manor residents this Christmas season.

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Several men of Robinson Construction participated in No Shave November and on this we are proud to announce that by doing so, they have raised over $1800 for men's health awareness!

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The Robinson Construction Charitable Fund recently issued grants totaling $21,750 to three organizations that provide support to veterans and active military members. Wake Foundation, Fly Me Home, and Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial each received a grant for $7,250. The grant funds were raised at the 2021 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. According to Paul Findlay, president of Robinson Construction, “We are especially grateful for the continued generosity of our customers and trade and business partners. It is because of them that we were able to make this third tournament the most successful yet.” Mark your calendars for the next Chip in for Charity tournament on Monday, September 26, 2022.

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