An 18-year veteran of the construction industry, Michelle Robinette joined GE Johnson in 2008 as a project manager. Her ability to build and maintain relationships with her project teams, subcontractors, and clients has been invaluable in her career. Primarily focusing on healthcare, her past projects range from large-scale, new-build healthcare campuses to complex tenant renovations in fully-operational hospitals. Her current healthcare clients include Penrose Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, and Littleton Adventist Hospital.

Michelle’s adaptability allowed her to venture outside the healthcare market as well, completing work for Hewlett-Packard in Cupertino, Cali. that included a new computer lab, a seismic upgrade, and enhancements to HP’s Executive Briefing Center.

Overall, she has completed more than 20 projects, totaling $600+ million.

Her proven track record in building successful projects and relationships earned her a promotion to general manager of the GE Johnson Special Projects business unit, where she oversees small, specialized construction projects, healthcare projects, and facilities management services. This business unit’s current projects include Olson Plumbing Headquarters, Parker Adventist Hospital, and Springs Rescue Mission.

Michelle is currently a board member of the Colorado Association of Healthcare Engineers and Directors and was formerly the president of the Castle Rock School of Gymnastics Booster Club.

Michelle graduated Purdue University with a degree in civil engineering. An active cyclist and runner, she sets an example of a strong, active parent every day for her three children.