MODERN HEALTHCARE RANKS ROBINS & MORTON NO. 3 CONTRACTOR

Robins & Morton ranked third on the list with $852 million in revenue for completed construction projects in 2017. The company built more than two million square feet with 88 percent of its work in healthcare projects across 16 states. Since the inception of the Modern Healthcare Construction and Design survey in 1986, Robins & Morton has been ranked for 31 consecutive years, each year among the top seven contractors, including six number one rankings.

Two notable projects that Robins & Morton completed in 2017 are Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi, and Choctaw Nation Regional Health Clinic in Durant, Oklahoma.

Robins & Morton provided construction management services for the new Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi in Oxford. Now one of the largest hospitals in north Mississippi, with 217 beds, the facility includes a five-story, 534,000-square-foot replacement hospital and a 79,000-square-foot physician office building. The hospital affords additional space for new services, the flexibility for future changes in patient care, enhanced patient care and the infrastructure for new technology.

 

Robins & Morton also provided construction management services for the new Choctaw Nation Regional Health Clinic. The three-building campus consists of a two-story, 146,093 square-foot main clinic, a smaller one-story 16,108 square-foot health service administration building and an 11,750-square-foot facilities building, all connected externally by a network of canopied sidewalks. As the centerpiece of the 20-acre, $73 million campus-style development, the clinic is fundamentally a hospital, but devoid of the overnight accommodations. Complete with various departments such as outpatient surgery, dental and audiology, ophthalmology, and behavioral health, the 146,093-square-foot facility perfectly captures the spirituality, passion and history of the Choctaw tribe. Ultimately, some 260,000 members of the Choctaw and other tribes will be serviced by the clinic, part of a tribal-wide program to provide medical clinics in different geographic areas. Situated about 20 or so miles from the Texas-Oklahoma border, the facility provides access to the latest in medical technology, expertise and know-how for a broad area spanning Oklahoma and deep into Texas.