Construction firm Robins & Morton and architect McMillan Pazdan Smith received notification that their recently completed project, the Chandler Center for Environmental Studies at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, received Three Green Globes in the Green Globes Certification program. Green Globes is a rating assessment and building certification program that helps new construction projects, […]Continue Reading
In a matter of hours, construction firm Robins & Morton set a 50-ton pedestrian bridge into place on the downtown campus of Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville, Alabama, on Aug. 22. Spanning 70 feet in length, the bridge required two cranes to guide it into its final place. It connects the hospital’s central building to its […]Continue Reading
Construction manager Robins & Morton and the Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority (CIHA) announced the completion of the new Phase II addition and crisis stabilization unit located on the Cherokee Indian Hospital campus in Cherokee, North Carolina. The two-story, nearly 77,000-square-foot addition will provide community members substance abuse treatment and behavioral health services. The first floor […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton and Huntsville Hospital recently announced that the hospital’s new Orthopedic & Spine Tower officially reached its structural completion. The milestone, often called the “topping out,” also signifies that the 375,000-square-foot tower now stands at its ultimate height – 150 feet – at the corner of downtown Huntsville’s Gallatin Street and St. Clair […]Continue Reading
For the 34th year, Modern Healthcare magazine ranked Robins & Morton among the top 10 in its listing of general contractors. This year, Robins & Morton landed at number five in the magazine’s 2020 survey of construction and design companies, with more than $1.1 billion of completed healthcare construction work in 2019. This represents more […]Continue Reading
National general contractor and construction management firm, Robins & Morton, recently opened its San Antonio office. “The decision to open our new office came from the desire to establish a local presence for our clients in the region and expand our reach,” Robins & Morton Operations Manager and San Antonio office leader, Eric Groat, said. […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, AdventHealth Tampa, HuntonBrady Architects, TLC Solutions, and Jacobs Program Management celebrated the structural completion of the campus’ new, six-story surgical and patient tower project on May 15. As the country continues to navigate COVID-19 and the necessary social distancing measures, the project team wanted to recognize this monumental step in the $256 […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton completed a 450-bed hospital built inside the Miami Beach Convention Center more than a full day ahead of a very aggressive two-week schedule, ensuring the facility is ready if needed before the anticipated peak of COVID-19 in South Florida. The temporary hospital is a state and federal partnership in response to the […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton is converting 250,000 square feet of the Miami Beach Convention Center into a 450-bed field hospital, including isolation rooms. The Army Corps of Engineers announced the project at a press conference Wednesday, joined by Gov. Ron DeSantis along with other state and local officials. The Miami Beach Convention Center retrofit is part […]Continue Reading
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) announced Robins & Morton as the 2019 National Excellence in Construction Eagle Award winner for three projects in healthcare and commercial categories on April 6. Eagle Awards are equitable to first place and are followed by Pyramid Awards. Projects are eligible to compete for a national excellence designation after earning […]Continue Reading
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