Robins & Morton’s Government Services Division was awarded the new $33 million Training Support Facility at Fort Rucker, Alabama. This contract, awarded by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District, includes the construction of a new two-story structure that will provide clear-span maintenance areas for multiple aircraft parts simultaneously. Located adjacent to the existing Army […]Continue Reading
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Robins & Morton, HOK Architecture, Carastro Engineering and honored guests joined together to celebrate the structural topping out of the St. Joseph’s Hospital patient tower expansion located in Tampa, Florida, on Sept. 10. The expansion project will include a new six-story patient tower that will house a two-story lobby, waiting and on-call […]Continue Reading
After three years, the construction management team of Robins & Morton, Cumming and Brownstone Construction is nearing completion of the new Medical University of South Carolina Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital & Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion. The team provided construction management services and support throughout the hospital’s highly-anticipated $385 million development, which is set to transform […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton and Atrium Health NorthEast gathered on July 25 to celebrate the grand opening of the hospital’s new Heart and Vascular Tower in Concord, North Carolina. The project’s scope includes a new 60-bed, 163,000-square-foot patient tower, in addition to infrastructure upgrades and a CVOR renovation in the surgery department. The tower will be […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority (CIHA), McMillian Pazdan Smith and construction team members gathered to mark the official topping out of the new crisis stabilization unit to be located on the campus of the Cherokee Indian Hospital in Cherokee, North Carolina, on July 10. At noon, the crane operator raised the final steel […]Continue Reading
As a part of its 2019 Top Contractors survey, Engineering News-Record (ENR) named Robins & Morton Southeast Contractor of the Year. Robins & Morton reported nearly $920 million in revenue and more than 960 employees concentrated in the Southeastern region. In the firm’s selection, ENR also recognized their response to mounting workforce challenges through the […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton received the Million Hour Safety Award from the North Carolina Department of Labor and Safety and Health Council of North Carolina at the annual awards program held at the Marriott Hotel in Raleigh, North Carolina, on May 31. The company earned this recognition through zero injuries or illnesses involving days away from […]Continue Reading
In its 2019 survey of construction and design companies, Modern Healthcare magazine ranked Robins & Morton second among the top general contractors in healthcare construction, based on 2018 revenues. Robins & Morton reported $952,929,266 in revenue and more than 3.5 million square feet in completed healthcare construction projects across 19 states in 2018. Perhaps the […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, Birmingham Orthodontics and KPS Group gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of Birmingham Orthodontics’ new office building in Hoover, Alabama, on May 3. The new 10,000-square-foot medical office building will relocate the practice’s current Hoover location to better suit the needs of Birmingham-area patients. Positioned on five acres on Stadium Trace Parkway near […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority (CIHA), McMillian Pazdan Smith and community members gathered to mark the groundbreaking of the new Crisis Stabilization Unit to be located on the campus of the Cherokee Indian Hospital in Cherokee, North Carolina, on April 24. The addition will total 80,000 square feet and will stand two stories, […]Continue Reading
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