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 […]Continue Reading
Although Janelle is a recent addition to the Robins & Morton team, she has been studying construction and working in the field for some time. She graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in building construction. After that, she took the traditional path many new college graduates experience in the industry. “I […]Continue Reading
Ayers’ arrival to boot camp was somewhat typical as he originally enlisted in the Army to serve and to further his education, but the way his experience shaped his passion, drive, and grit was anything but conventional. His time in the Airborne Infantry taught him leadership, painstaking attention to detail, and what it meant to […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
Christena Holcombe has only been in the industry for about five years, but 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 […]Continue Reading
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