AdventHealth and construction firm Robins & Morton recently celebrated topping out the four-story, 153,000-square-foot AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway Hospital.
The topping out ceremony celebrates the installation of the final beam of a structure. It is an important milestone signifying structural completion of a building.
When the new hospital opens in the spring of 2023, it will include an emergency department, full-service imaging, five operating suites, endoscopy services, a heart catherization lab and outpatient lab. The hospital will open with 100 private rooms.
“We are proud to celebrate this milestone in the building of our second Palm Coast hospital,” said Audrey Gregory, CEO of AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division – North Region. “This facility will allow us to provide a comprehensive range of care close to home for all the residents of Flagler County and surrounding areas.”
According to AdventHealth, the project represents the single largest healthcare investment in Flagler County and will ensure access to high quality acute care for the rapidly growing community. Flagler County’s population has grown more than 29% since the 2010 census. The new Palm Coast Parkway hospital will augment the county’s only other hospital, AdventHealth Palm Coast.
We’re excited to join AdventHealth and our project team in celebrating this significant construction milestone,” said Robins & Morton Operations Manager Angel Colon. “We’re proud to continue our long relationship with AdventHealth as a construction partner and honored by the trust they’ve placed in us to help them fulfill their healthcare mission.”
HuntonBrady is serving as the architect. Robins & Morton is the general contractor.