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Hanna Bohnert, employee benefits coordinator for Robinson Construction, has completed all requirements for the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) credential. The SHRM-CP certification is a pinnacle achievement and global standard in certification for the HR profession. The SHRM involves rigorous research that organizes eight behavioral competencies into three clusters: leadership, interpersonal, and business. Additionally, there are 15 HR knowledge areas that are critical to the success of any HR professional.

By incorporating key HR competencies and knowledge into the SHRM-CP exam, SHRM's certifications demonstrate to the global business community that the credential-holder has strong capabilities in both aspects of HR practice—competency and knowledge—that are required for effective job performance.

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Happy #nationalengineersweek to our amazing engineering team members! Did you know that Robinson currently has more than 20 engineers on staff, 8 of which are Professional Engineers licensed to work in more than 20 different states? Engineers play a vital role in our construction projects and we appreciate all that you do! #Eweek2021 #rccoengineering

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The Robinson Construction Charitable Fund recently issued grants totaling just over $15,000 to three area organizations. Lucas & Friends Backyard Adventures Playground, Safe Families for Children-Southeast Missouri, and Dream Factory of Southeast Missouri each received a grant for just over $5,000. The grant funds were raised at the 2020 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 generosity of our customers and trade and business partners. It is because of them that we were able to make this second tournament such a great success in such a challenging year.” Mark your calendars for the next Chip in for Charity tournament on Monday, September 27, 2021.

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Last week we were able to present SoutheastHEALTH Foundation with a check for $1,920 to be used for men’s health services. This money was raised by Robinson team members who participated in our No Shave November 2020 challenge. Thank you again to all who participated, bringing awareness and assistance to those who have been affected by cancer.

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Ernie Chavarria has joined Robinson Construction as a project superintendent. In this role, Ernie is responsible for directing and coordinating all jobsite activities on assigned projects. Ernie is from Stillwater, Oklahoma and has more than 20 years’ experience in civil, petrochemical, and energy construction projects. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Ernie worked as a civil foreman for Zachry Construction Corporation.

Chris Layton has joined Robinson Construction as an Estimator. In this role, Chris is responsible for preparing the cost estimates and completing the bidding documents for projects that Robinson pursues. Chris is from Perryville, MO and has nearly 30 years’ experience in estimating and design of construction projects in the roadway and heavy civil sectors. He earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Missouri S&T and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Missouri. Prior to joining Robinson Construction, Chris worked as an engineer for Traylor Brothers Construction.

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Nick Moore, Corporate Safety Manager for Robinson Construction, has completed all requirements for the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Certified Safety Professional (CSP) credential. 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. Certificants must also recertify every five years to maintain certification, ensuring they remain knowledgeable in their practice.

Safety issues have become more complex and today’s safety professional must continually be better qualified. 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.

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Several men of Robinson Construction participated in No Shave November and on this Giving Tuesday we are proud to announce that by doing so, they have raised over $1200 for cancer prevention and awareness!
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Connie Mahathath, workforce coordinator for Robinson Construction, has completed all requirements for the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) credential. To become certified, Connie had to meet strict professional experience and educational requirements and pass an examination demonstrating her dedication, credibility, and mastery of the principles of human resources.

The SPHR demonstrates mastery of the strategic and policy-making aspects of HR management as practiced in the U.S. The credential is designed for big-picture thinkers responsible for planning rather than implementing HR policy. SPHR professionals are recognized for their proven accountability for HR department goals, breadth and depth of knowledge in all HR disciplines, and understanding business issues beyond the HR function.

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On Fridays in October our employees wear PINK to help bring awareness not only to breast cancer, but all types of cancer. We all wear pink for one reason or another. Who do you wear pink for?

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Did you know that lack of fall protection is one of the top OSHA-reported violations, especially in the construction industry?

A few of the ways that help to ensure safety while working is holding regular safety meetings and hanging safety signage in areas where accidents are likely to occur. recently put a list together of “5 Things to Know about Working from Heights.” In the article you will find information regarding PPE, boom lifts and scissor lifts, trainings and much more to help keep your employees safe.

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