Robins & Morton Celebrates Topping Out of Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital’s New Crystal Spring Tower

Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Crystal Spring Tower Topping Out

Construction firm Robins & Morton joined Carilion Clinic and Virginia-based construction firm Branch Builds on Monday to celebrate the topping out of Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital’s new Crystal Spring Tower in Roanoke, Virginia.

The topping out ceremony celebrates installing the final steel beam, marking the structural completion of the project.

The 12-story Crystal Spring Tower spans more than 500,000 square feet and will house Carilion’s Cardiovascular Institute, new trauma bays, and an expanded Emergency Department.

“This tower signifies the future of sophisticated care for our region,” said Carilion CEO Nancy Howell Agee. “It will expand access to specialty services our community needs, allowing patients to receive an increasing breadth of care close to home.”

The expansion will also feature a helipad, dedicated entrance, lobby, operating rooms, central sterile, catheterization/electrophysiology labs, and pre/post procedural beds.

“This project milestone marks a significant point in the construction of this important healthcare facility,” Robins & Morton Vice President Mark Mattox said. “Our team is excited to continue working toward the tower’s completion, and we look forward to seeing the lasting, positive impact it will have on our Roanoke community for many years to come.”

The project is scheduled for completion in 2025.

Robins & Morton and Branch Builds have partnered in a joint venture as the general contractor. Nashville-based Earl Swensson Associates (ESa) is serving as the project architect.