Kirk Robinson

Kirk Robinson

Regional Facility Manager

Kirk Robinson joined Conifer in 2008, and currently serves as Regional Facility Manager. In this role, Kirk is responsible for items such as large capital projects, rehabilitations, REAC training and inspection, and vendor management. He also works to resolve budgets and aids in staffing efforts. Kirk is a team player who is always willing to help wherever and whenever he is needed.

Kirk has held a long-standing career with Conifer. Prior to his current role, he has served as Maintenance Lead, Maintenance Mentor, Assistant Superintendent, and Maintenance Superintendent. He was able to prep and assist Rochester and surrounding areas with REAC back in 2011, maintaining high-level inspection scores since then. He more recently took this talent to the Maryland and Pennsylvania regions, including them in this success. Kirk has balanced the responsibility of multiple communities at once, including F.I.G.H.T. Village, the Rochester Highlands, and Southeast Towers. During his time at Southeast Towers specifically, Kirk managed the onsite operation of moving tenants, which totaled 32 households in a matter of 30 days.

Due to his impressive contributions to Conifer, Kirk has received multiple accolades and recognitions. He first received the 2012 Excellence in Perseverance award, followed by receiving the regional Excellence Award in 2014. He most recently received the 2016 Superintendent of the Year award and has been nominated for multiple additional honors during his tenure.

Kirk is a National Center for Housing Management Certified Maintenance Manager, a New York State Licensed Home Inspector and Mold Assessor, and is a Certified Facilities Technician in Monroe County, NY. He has completed both the OSHA 10-hour general Industry and Health training, as well as the OSHA 10-Hour Construction training. When he’s not hard at work, Kirk is an active member within the local Masonic Lodge Eureka #36 PHA, participating in multiple philanthropic efforts throughout the year, including planning the yearly Masonic Scholarship Ball.