The desire to pursue a career in construction may have been planted in your heart early, passed down from generations or seeded by an early fascination with the building process. There may have been the realization that construction aligns with your skills and interests. Or maybe it happened later, when construction presented an opportunity to take your career in a new direction.
You want to be part of a team that shares this passion and sense of purpose—a team that works collaboratively, respecting and listening to each other and treating each other like family. You want opportunities to grow, and you care about work-life balance. You want to know that the company you work for is ethical and responsible.
We know you can work for any company, but if you want a career with a company that’s been named a Best Place to Work, is Building With Purpose®, cares about others, and allows you to be true to yourself, your calling, your passion and your values—come build something great with us. Be a True Builder®.
We’re building to make a difference. From budgets and timelines, to communities and relationships, we pursue big ideas while concentrating on the smallest details. We’re constantly learning and continuously improving. Together we’re building a legacy.
Come build something great with us. Be a True Builder®.
What We Do
Why Robins & Morton
Since our founding more than 75 years ago, Robins & Morton has been established as one of the top commercial contractors in the United States. We directly attribute that success to the quality of our people. Becoming a member of the Robins & Morton team means becoming part of a family that welcomes diverse ideas and collaboration to achieve shared goals. We work hard to deliver quality construction for our clients and go above and beyond to care for one another. In 2022, Robins & Morton was recognized by Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards as a Best Place to Work, serving as a testament to our unique culture.
Our people are everything to us. We believe they are what sets us apart from other companies. We make every effort to ensure our people have the opportunity to grow, both in the company and in their personal lives. We also strive to be a family-oriented company. If one of our team members has a personal issue, we try to support them in any way we can. Our goal is to help our people achieve their greatest potential, both at work and home.
Bill Morton, Chairman/CEO
Robins & Morton
01 Our Benefits
At Robins & Morton, our culture of caring for each other like family and commitment to exceed the expectations of our people shapes our approach to benefits. That drives us to go beyond “competitive” by addressing the specific needs of our team members and their families. Our Human Resources department takes a personal approach to helping you get the most out of your benefits and is there to support you and your family throughout life’s events.
When you look at the list of benefits options below, you’ll see that we go beyond the basics of medical, dental and vision with wellness programs that address the whole person; we support work-life balance and address the unique aspects of working in our industry.
- Profit sharing
- Bonus potential
- Financial advisors
- Employee assistance programs
- Medical and prescription drug insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Virta Health, diabetes management program
- GI Thrive membership
- Telemedicine services
- Adoption and fertility benefits
- Maternity/paternity leave
- Care.com premium memberships
- Paid learning and development
- Paid travel
- Short term disability
- Long term disability
- Paid time off
- Company-sponsored life insurance
- Optional accident and indemnity coverage
The link below leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
The Robins & Morton Group Health Plan
(Includes Saver Plan, Catastrophic Plan, and Hourly Plan)
Susie Brasher – Robins & Morton
02 Our People
Robins & Morton’s culture is defined by our family atmosphere, our commitment to our clients, and our Building Forward approach. Our Building Forward approach brings Robins & Morton’s culture of caring about our clients, team members, trade contractors and communities to the forefront in every aspect of our company, holding us accountable to carry that culture forward. Building Forward’s guiding tenets—Collaboration, Continuous Improvement, Leadership Development and Creating a Learning Culture—and the integration of Lean tools and practices reinforce our values, driving us to become better in everything we do. Building Forward engages and empowers individuals at every level, fosters inclusion, promotes sustainability and embraces innovation.
When you become a part of the Robins & Morton team, you become a part of a family that prioritizes your success and wants to elevate your position as a leader.
03 Professional Development
Our Training for Excellence Program promotes continued learning and advancement for all team members. We’ll share our knowledge and experience with you, helping you achieve your career objectives while encouraging continuous improvement and innovation in our teams across the country. Courses cover topics such as technology, safety, best practices, professional development, leadership development, Lean tools and sustainability. By keeping our workforce up to date on best practices and advancements in an ever-changing industry, we deliver unparalleled service to our clients across a variety of projects.
Robins & Morton also offers the Rocky McMichen Field Leadership Program and the Barbara Wilson Mentorship Program. Both programs serve as an on-ramp to a construction management position regardless of prior experience or skill level. These programs offer a unique combination of classroom learning, on-the-job training, and mentorship with a Robins & Morton manager to give those with a desire to grow the tools to do so.
04 Military Service Members
Veterans and active members of the military gain invaluable leadership skills during their service, and these skills are foundational to success in the construction industry. At Robins & Morton, we value that experience and want to help you translate it to a career that provides growth, stability, and helps you continue making a difference.
As you make the transition from military to civilian, we recognize your desire to remain a part of something bigger than yourself, because it’s in us, too. Our teams work collaboratively as a unit, strive to make a lasting difference, and are true to their calling and their values.
Our ability to serve you comes from the resources we provide, guided by in-house veterans. With a veteran hiring rate above the national average, Robins & Morton provides a welcoming environment to servicepeople and has company programs intended for your career advancement. From unique career paths and positions that recognize years of military service, to a Veterans Mentorship Program that pairs seasoned team members with new hires, we’re honored to be the company where many servicepeople choose to begin a new journey and become a True Builder®.
Veteran benefits and recognition programs include:
- Career paths that recognize years of military service
- Veterans Mentorship Program
- Paid time off on Veterans Day
- Paid time off for military training
- Paid travel to your base location, if needed
- New hire welcome packages
- RED – Remember Everyone Deployed – Shirt Fridays
Learn more about how Robins & Morton works to support our veteran team members through special programs here or lean more about our in-house veterans through our Heroes in Hard Hats series!