PREMIER Design + Build Group, LLC says it welcomes John Robinson to the team as a superintendent. “Robinson calls New Jersey home and will be an important addition to our office in this state. His experience and 24/7 drive to collaborate with project teams and clients will prove advantageous in the Northeast,” the contractor says in a news release.
Robinson comes to PREMIER from a leading New Jersey construction company, where he focused primarily on commercial office and hospital renovations. He supervised several projects at a time and worked closely with the company’s owner on project bidding, purchasing and scheduling. Prior to that, he owned his own consulting and construction companies and specialized in commercial as well as custom residential construction projects.
In fact, Robinson has been involved in nearly every aspect of build + design from construction management and general contracting to real estate development and pre-construction services. During his near-40-year career, he has worked with Fortune 500 companies and supervised 500,000 sq. ft. projects.
“I have held many different positions over the years,” he said in a statement. “At the end of the day, I have found that being a superintendent is the most fulfilling, as it is truly a hands-on role.
“I’m happiest in a team environment, where I am continuously challenged. My top priority has always been to deliver a quality product that aids in the success of clients. I’m excited to be working with PREMIER, because this is precisely the type of environment that they foster.”
Whether it’s taking on industrial, commercial, adaptive re-use and flex use projects, Robinson brings unabated enthusiasm to each project. Of course, his years in the business will surely benefit clients.
“John has a terrific rapport with clients in New Jersey and you can tell he really cares about them,” says PREMIER vice-president Peter Stavrinou. “He wants to bring their visions to life and will work day and night with them to make it happen. That’s the mark of a great superintendent.”