Construction firm Robins & Morton and Community Health Systems announced the completion and opening of the new Northwest Health – La Porte Hospital on Oct. 24 in La Porte, Indiana. The 204,000-square-foot acute-care community hospital houses 84 beds, featuring emergency services, inpatient and outpatient surgery, cardiovascular services, critical care, interventional radiology, orthopedic services, and maternity […]Continue Reading
Alabama-based construction firm Robins & Morton and Encompass Health broke ground on a new rehabilitation hospital in Huntsville, Alabama, on Oct. 21. The new hospital will replace the existing Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of North Alabama located on Governors Drive in Huntsville’s Medical District. Its new 77,850-square-foot location at the corner of Moores Mill Road […]Continue Reading
Reeves County Hospital District and Robins & Morton ceremoniously lifted the final steel beam into place to celebrate the topping out of the new Reeves County Hospital in Pecos, Texas, on Sept. 23. To uphold social distancing measures, Reeves County Hospital District invited community members to participate in the event virtually via Facebook Live. The […]Continue Reading
Following a virtual groundbreaking, construction firm Robins & Morton is ready to begin work on AdventHealth’s new offsite emergency department in Clermont, Florida. AdventHealth Waterman celebrated the groundbreaking of the Clermont Emergency Department and Health Park with a virtual Facebook event on Wednesday, October 7. AdventHealth selected Robins & Morton to build the 19,000-square-foot, 24-room […]Continue Reading
Following a virtual groundbreaking, construction firm Robins & Morton is ready to begin work on the AdventHealth Port Orange Freestanding Emergency Department in Port Orange, Florida. AdventHealth Daytona Beach and AdventHealth New Smyrna Beach celebrated the groundbreaking with a streamed Facebook Live event on September 16. “We congratulate AdventHealth on the groundbreaking and we look […]Continue Reading
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
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