Category: Assistant Superintendent

Keeping Up With the Class of 2018

On July 12, Robins & Morton graduated its second class from the Rocky McMichen Field Leadership Program, a 15-month combination classroom and hands-on course focused on career progression for craft level employees who wish to move into a management role. Eight graduates stood before co-workers, families, and friends, and accepted promotions into foreman or assistant […]

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The Value of a Mentor

The Value of a Mentor from Robins & Morton on Vimeo.   It’s often hard to place a dollar value on a mentor relationship, but George Butler can. Since George started with Robins & Morton five years ago as an hourly laborer, he has worked his way into a salaried foreman position with the guidance […]

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Building Together: Christena Holcombe

although christena Holcombe has been in the industry for six years, construction has always been in her blood. “My family had a hardware company when I was growing up, and my grandfather and great grandfather were constantly building things in the shop,” she said. “I always had an interest in what they were doing, but […]

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