In celebrating our Orlando location’s 15th anniversary, we look back at our some of our projects realizing that we built more than structures in these communities. We have made life-long relationships. Since 1999, our Orlando office has grown to become one of the leaders in Florida healthcare construction completing more than 100 projects, totaling more than $1.5 billion and more than 5.8 million square feet in the state. We appreciate all of you who have been a part of our 15 years of success, and we look forward to many more!
Lake Nona Medical Office Building – The Lake Nona Medical Office Building is Robins & Morton’s first project in the thriving Lake Nona market. Robins & Morton is currently constructing the Lake Nona Medical Office Building located within Lake Nona and will house University … Continue reading
- Florida Hospital Tampa - After the completion of Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, Robins & Morton was awarded the addition and renovation at Florida Hospital Tampa. This project includes new construction for a 47-bed addition and “shelled” space for seven general emergency rooms and two … Continue reading
- Mayo Clinic - In 2012, Robins & Morton was awarded a vertical expansion project at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. We recently completed this 112,000 SF vertical addition, providing an additional 92 beds to the existing facility.
- Florida Hospital East Orlando - Robins & Morton began working at the Florida Hospital East Orlando campus in 2005. Our most recent work on this campus includes selective demolition, renovation, and an expansion that will double the current program of the Emergency Department. The area … Continue reading
- Wellington Regional Medical Center - The Wellington Regional Medical Center project helped Robins & Morton gain LEAN experience, leading to additional LEAN and IPD projects across the country. We completed the Wellington Regional Medical Center’s bed tower addition and kitchen renovation in 2012. The new … Continue reading
- Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel - Robins & Morton’s Orlando office began gaining West Coast experience with the Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel project. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is a 200,000 square-foot acute care facility located in Wesley Chapel, Florida. This facility includes 80 beds: 36 medical/surgical … Continue reading
- South Lake Hospital - Robins & Morton began its relationship with South Lake Hospital in 2005. Our most recent project was the completion of a four-story 155,175 sf bed tower addition. The project scope also included renovation to the existing hospital, including patient … Continue reading
- West Kendall Baptist Hospital - The construction of West Kendall Baptist Hospital was the Orlando office’s first project in the Miami market and has helped us continue to perform in the South Florida market. The West Kendall Baptist Hospital project was a 288,000-square-foot 134-bed teaching … Continue reading
- Halifax Health Medical Center - This project included a new 180-bed Patient Tower and Emergency Department featuring all private patient rooms, increased family space and four times the space for emergency services. The 89,000 square-foot emergency department, one of the largest in the United States, … Continue reading
- Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center - Robins & Morton began working with Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center at its original location. Our continuous work there helped lead to the award of their replacement facility in Daytona Beach. This project included a 598,734 SF 12-story replacement hospital … Continue reading
- Dr. P. Philips Hospital - Shortly after completing Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies for Orlando Health, Robins & Morton was awarded the Dr. P. Phillips Hospital addition and renovation project. The project transformed the former Orlando Regional Sand Lake Hospital by renovating 75,000 … Continue reading
- Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies - The construction of Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies was an important stepping stone for both the Orlando office and Robins & Morton as a whole. This project included a new 406,298-square-foot women’s and babies hospital. The new facility … Continue reading
- Wuesthoff Medical Center - Wuesthoff Medical Center was the first greenfield hospital that the Orlando office was awarded after its 1999 opening. This 135,000-square-foot 74 bed facility located in Melbourne, Florida was an extremely successful project and helped us build a strong relationship with … Continue reading
- Health Central - Robins & Morton began its working relationship with Health Central in 1991 when we began construction on the new 257,500-square-foot 150-bed greenfield hospital. The project was extremely successful and our long relationship with Health Central began. In 2001, shortly after … Continue reading