Jim Cooper joined Robinson Brothers Construction in 2006 as regional manager when the company was purchased by his former colleagues. He has grown with the company, managing its operations in Alaska and completing several large wind generation projects. Now he oversees major contracts up and down the West Coast. In addition to his technical expertise, Jim has a keen understanding of the needs of RBC’s customers and strong management skills, often supervising several crews and subcontractors at once.
Duane Schoeneck started at Robinson Brothers Construction in 2016, managing its crews and the financial responsibilities of its shop. He takes pride in his team’s work and seeing RBC’s finished projects. Duane’s telecommunications career started in 1999 and spans both telephone and cable; he also did restoration work after Hurricane Floyd hit North Carolina. Duane enjoys building in his spare time, too, as well as camping, hiking, fishing and hunting.
In 2008, Joe Bergren brought his safety-first mentality to Robinson Brothers Construction, excited to join a team of professionals who shared experiences similar to his own. As the company’s employee safety certification instructor, he handles inspections and all aspects of safe work operations. Joe’s also been involved with many of RBC’s wind farm projects in the western United States, overseeing safety regulation compliance, accident investigations, and quality control.
Toland Severson joined Robinson Brothers Construction’s project controls and scheduling group in 2013. His responsibilities include managing risk assessment and PM training. Toland’s education and his ability to master various project software are critical to our project scheduling and tracking processes. He’s found that RBC’s team mentality and dedication match its reputation, and he’s excited for the company’s future.
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William McCoy came to Robinson Brothers Construction in 1997 to oversee the company’s projects in southwest Washington. His family’s history in construction and a path for advancement led him to a career in the industry. He looks forward to the unique challenges of each build and opportunities to travel to different parts of the country for work.