Exterior view of Love Dental Clinic at Fort Benning
First floor reception area at the Love Dental Clinic at Fort Benning
Dental chair in a patient room at Love Dental Clinic
Government Projects

Fort Benning – Love Dental Clinic

Robins & Morton was charged with transforming a 1950s-era, two-story concrete building into an aesthetically appealing, energy efficient, modern structure that is home to one of the U.S. Army’s largest and most technologically-advanced dental facilities. The fully renovated, 64-chair Love Dental Clinic at Fort Benning, Georgia, is a 39,734-square-foot facility that features a built-in Sterisil System, a technologically advanced water sterilization system that provides distilled quality water safe for dental procedures and drinking.

It is the first of its kind to be deployed in any U.S. Army dental clinic and represents an incredibly significant advancement in clinical operations for the Army Dental Corps. Robins & Morton created temporary transitional space and successfully relocated the entire clinic so operations could resume unimpeded during construction. The contractor completed the project with no safety incidents and satisfied the requirements of multiple stakeholders for speed of delivery, cost, and functionality for the end users –medical staff and patients. In 2014, this project was awarded first place in the Federal Government/Military Under $10 to $25 Million category for Excellence in Construction by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Alabama.

During the construction of this project, the members of the Robins & Morton team have conducted themselves at all times in a professional manner, keeping lines of communication open through the duration of the project.

Marsha D. Wright, SFC, Senior Dental NCO U.S. Army

Owner

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Location

Fort Benning, Georgia

Architect

Sherlock, Smith & Adams, Inc.

Size

40,000 SF

Project Expertise

During the construction of this project, the members of the Robins & Morton team have conducted themselves at all times in a professional manner, keeping lines of communication open through the duration of the project.

Marsha D. Wright, SFC, Senior Dental NCO U.S. Army