Robins & Morton Celebrates 20 Years of Operation in Dallas

Robins & Morton, a leader in healthcare construction, is proud to announce the 20th anniversary of their Dallas, Texas, office.

This location opened in 2003 under the leadership of Vice President Bob Wall, and since then, the office has expanded its reach beyond Texas to serve clients in surrounding states such as Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Robins & Morton serves a host of local and national clients, including Tenet Health, Steward Health, Encompass Health, Children’s Health, and JPS Health Network. The company has completed more than 170 projects in Texas totaling $3.8 billion, including 55 projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

“It’s been amazing to have been here since the beginning – opening the office, growing the division, and serving our clients for more than two decades,” Robins & Morton Vice President Bob Wall said. “It’s a privilege, and I can’t wait to see what the next decade brings.”

Ninety-six percent of Robins & Morton’s work in the State of Texas is in the healthcare sector. This work covers regions such as North Texas, the Permian Basin, Central Texas, the Rio Grande Valley, and West Texas.

Two notable, recent Robins & Morton projects are Rusk State Hospital and Wadley Regional Medical Center in Texarkana.

The new, 225,000-square-foot Rusk State Hospital replaces a 100-year-old behavioral health hospital in Rusk, Texas, and opened in June 2023. It features a 100-bed non-maximum-security unit and a 100-bed maximum security unit. The Robins & Morton team expertly navigated challenges associated with sitework on a historic property, supply chain issues, and the logistics of working on an active healthcare campus. Despite the many obstacles encountered, Robins & Morton completed the project early and within budget, a significant feat through years marked by widespread labor shortages, inflation, and escalation.

Construction of the new $254 million Wadley Regional Medical Center campus in Texarkana, Texas, began earlier this year, estimated to complete in December 2025. The 250,000-square-foot hospital and a 160,000-square-foot medical office building total 410,000 square feet of in-progress patient care space on the campus. The new facilities will offer a full range of services including a 24-hour emergency room with expanded bed capacity, orthopedics, outpatient, cardiovascular, neurology, and maternity care. The hospital will have 123 beds with the ability to expand to 291. Wadley Regional Medical Center expects that that construction of the new hospital combined with the ongoing impact of the hospital’s employee base will result in a total economic impact of $408 million in the two-county Texarkana service area.

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