Construction firm Robins & Morton recently completed a four-story vertical expansion and renovation project at BayCare’s St. Anthony’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. The project, which included 143,000 square feet of new construction and 75,000 square feet of renovation, added 90 new private patient rooms and support space, a dialysis unit and three new surgical suites with connections to the existing hospital at key levels. Construction also included horizontal expansion of a new main entrance and a new central energy plant.
The vertical expansion was built over two existing stories with imaging services and a chapel that remained operational during construction.
Renovations included a new cafeteria and kitchen on the existing first floor, new education spaces on the ground floor and renovations and expansion of outpatient testing, respiratory therapy, non-invasive cardiology and administrative areas.
Robins & Morton also constructed a new Central Energy Plant.
Gresham Smith served as the project architect.