Robins & Morton, Halifax Health, Adams, HKS Architects and guests celebrated Halifax Health Medical Center of Deltona’s ribbon cutting in Deltona, Florida, on Jan. 9. The 90-bed, 196,000-square-foot patient tower is an addition to the community’s existing freestanding emergency department. It includes operating suites, a surgery center, and a comprehensive imaging center featuring MRI, CT, […]Continue Reading
On July 12, Robins & Morton graduated its second class from the Rocky McMichen Field Leadership Program, a 15-month combination classroom and hands-on course focused on career progression for craft level employees who wish to move into a management role. Eight graduates stood before co-workers, families, and friends, and accepted promotions into foreman or assistant […]Continue Reading
It’s common for changes to occur on plans and drawings for any construction team, which can make keeping up with finished schedule, layout, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) coordination a challenge. At the Halifax Health Deltona project in Deltona, Florida, the construction team has incorporated an easy tech fix to help everyone from the […]Continue Reading
Halifax Health, Adams, Robins & Morton, HKS Architects and honored guests joined together celebrate the structural topping out of the Halifax Health Medical Center of Deltona Hospital located in Deltona, Florida. The new 190,000-square-foot community hospital is an addition to the current freestanding emergency department. The hospital will initially include 42 inpatient beds, with the […]Continue Reading
Halifax Health, Adams, Robins & Morton, HKS Architects and honored guests joined together to officially break ground on the Halifax Crossing Hospital located in Deltona, Florida, on Dec. 4. The new 196,000-square-foot addition will expand the current freestanding emergency department. The hospital will include 96 patient beds as well a surgery center, operating suites, and […]Continue Reading
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