Mark received his Bachelor’s from Brigham Young University in construction management with a minor in architecture. He worked for a construction company in California for a few years before working for his father at another firm. After doing a small patio job for his aunt, however, she suggested Mark put out a sign and start generating some of his own business. Calls started pouring in, and within a short period of time, Mark was joined by his brother Mike, and the two of them started Robinson Brothers Construction. They spent 14 years in California doing concrete work when, in 1994, moved the business to Utah with the hope of expanding into other arenas like tenant improvements and developments, which they did.
Mark’s favorite part about what he does is the idea of creating something from nothing. He truly enjoys building and loves figuring out how to makes processes better and faster. When he’s not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his family, including his six children and 17 grandchildren. He also loves water skiing and traveling, and his favorite destination is Hawaii.
As Vice President of Robinson Brother Construction, Mike has spent the last 35 years working alongside his brother and building up the company. Having graduated from Brigham Young University in construction management, his favorite part about what he does is seeing his vision become a reality. Additionally, he loves his associations with the other members of the Robinson Brothers Construction team as well as the dozens of building owners he has been fortunate enough to work with. Mike values his relationships with others and brings that same mentality to the company mission.
When he’s not working, Mike is a family man and spends time with his four children and two grandchildren. He also loves everything to do with the water, including boating trips to Lake Powell and scuba diving in remote areas around the world (his favorite being Komodo Island).
Project Manager / Estimator
Jeff works as the Chief Estimator and Project Manager at Robinson Brothers Construction. Having been with the company for the last 17 years, he loves the challenge a new project brings and the opportunity to always be doing something new and different. Originally from Wyoming, Jeff grew up on a ranch where his love of the outdoors first started. After attending Brigham Young University where he received his Associate’s in mechanical engineering and Bachelor’s in human biology with a minor in Scandinavian literature, Jeff started working in the construction industry—something he had only done on the side until that point.
Jeff loves working with the Robinson brothers, not only because they treat him like family, but also because they have allowed him to grow within the company (having first started as a superintendent). In his free time, Jeff loves being with his family, including his four children and granddaughter. He also takes advantage of the Utah outdoors, including snow skiing, water skiing, and camping.
Project Manager / Estimator
Originally from Southern California, Rick moved to Utah 20 years ago, and shortly thereafter started working for Robinson Brothers Construction. While in high school, Rick was involved in a vocational program for job training wherein he helped build a house during both his junior and senior years. This spurred his interest in the construction industry as a career, and he got onboard right after high school in the residential sector. Now, working in the commercial arena, what Rick enjoys most about his job is the ability to take raw materials and make something from it. Rick also enjoys working with architects and harnessing his own creativity through envisioning the final product and working to create it.
Rick loves the individuals he works with and is happy to be working for a company where he is not just another number. When he’s not working on a building project, Rick can be found in the outdoors, including hiking, boating, water skiing, and cycling with friends, or spending time with his three children.
Mike E. Robinson
The son of Mark Robinson, Mike has been working at Robinson Brothers Construction for 17 years. A graduate of psychology from Brigham Young University, Mike remembers always having worked in construction, especially through college. As a Superintendent, Mike’s job is split between working as a general contractor and managing concrete only jobs. Of the two, he most enjoys working as a general contractor because of the comprehensive nature of the work and the excitement generated from so much going on.
Mike truly enjoys the industry and has a great sense of accomplishment when a building is complete. He also loves the opportunity to work alongside his dad that the job affords him. When he’s not working, Mike enjoys spending time with his four children and being in the outdoors, including boating, fishing, water skiing, and camping.
Bill has worked for Robinson Brothers Construction for 3.5 years, focusing primarily on tenant improvement. Bill runs the operations on project sites, managing quality control and ensuring that schedules are met. Bill also is certified through ESCO in Universal Refrigerants. What he enjoys most about his job is the variety and hands on work experience, no two days are the same. Bill takes pride in working at Robinson Brothers Construction and appreciates how family oriented the company is.
Outside of work, Bill loves spending time with his wife, four children and 12 grandkids (number 13 will be here soon). He also has a passion for riding motorcycles and owns a Honda VTX 300. When he and his wife are not on their bike, you can find them camping or enjoying time with their family.
Tammy has served as the Robinson Brothers Construction Office Manager for the past 18 years. Having worked in banking for several years and attended school for nursing prior to joining the team, Tammy brought with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. Aside from her work handling accounts payable and receivable, payroll, quarterly taxes, HR, notary services, and managing the Robinson Brothers Construction developments, what Tammy loves most about her job are the people she works with and the relationships she has developed over the years.
When she’s not running the office, Tammy loves spending time with her two sons and her granddaughter. She enjoys making crafts, particularly home décor, and cooking. Tammy also stays very active, including hiking, camping, mountain biking, and (most recently) boot camp.
Dean has been working at Robinson Brothers Construction for the last 17 years. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience, having gained his know-how from working onsite for almost two decades. His favorite part about working in the construction industry is that there are so many elements that are in play, so work is never monotonous and is constantly changing. Additionally, Dean loves working with the Robinson brothers and continues to thrive under their leadership.
Outside of work, Dean loves spending time with his family and has four children ranging in age from 8-14 years. He also particularly enjoys spending time in the outdoors (beyond just doing construction), including climbing, jeeping, water skiing, and especially snow skiing.
Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Ben has worked for Robinson Brothers Construction for the last 17 years. Ben brings with him years of experience in the industry. Having first started his career as an assistant manager for an oil change company, Ben shifted to construction at a young age working as a laborer and has since moved up. Ben handles many areas of the projects, including coordinating ordering and scheduling and meeting with various individuals involved in the project. The two things he loves most about his job is the constant change and the people he is fortunate enough to work with.
When not at work, Ben enjoys spending time in the outdoors (especially camping) and with his family, including his five-year-old daughter and six-year-old nephew.
Having completed her Bachelor’s from SLCC and graduate degree in Communications from the University of Utah, Lindsay has spent the last 10 years doing commercial interior design and furnishings. With an eye for the creative, Lindsay loves being able to bring a client’s vision into reality through designing timeless, creative, productive and functional workplaces. In particular, she loves her partnership with Robinson Brothers Construction as she appreciates the brothers’ trust in her ability to create and design, regardless of how crazy the idea may seem.
When she’s not designing spaces for work, Lindsay loves participating in philanthropic work with non-profit organizations as she has a passion for creating/designing new approaches or paths for those in life altering situations. She can also be found spending time with her husband and three amazing little boys.