Once dismissed by skeptics as a risky idea destined to diminish construction quality, prefabrication is now universally embraced as an industry best practice. Companies in all building sectors are investing in it, clients are intrigued by its savings potential, and the field staff is integrating it in ways that will forever change the traditional supply […]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 a […]Continue Reading
While the beachfront skyline of Panama City Beach will change permanently upon completion of the new Marriott Springhill Suites in summer 2019, travelers and locals alike may have noticed another alteration installed on Sept. 6. In order to build the 14-story, 200-room hotel, general contractor/construction manager Robins & Morton began pouring the foundation for a […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, Perkins Will, Newcomb & Boyd, Walter P Moore and honored guests joined together to celebrate the structural topping out of the new Destination Medical Building located at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. The 190,347-square-foot, five-story new facility provides outpatient services including hematology oncology clinics and neurology/neurosurgery clinics. The facility will include infusion […]Continue Reading
Florida Hospital Waterman, Jacobs, Robins & Morton, Gresham Smith & Partners and honored guests joined together to officially break ground on the Florida Hospital Waterman Emergency Department Expansion and New Patient Tower located in Tavares, Florida, on July 6. The $70 million expansion and renovation project will add more than 111,000 square feet of patient […]Continue Reading
South Lake Hospital, Robins & Morton, HKS Architects and honored guests joined together to officially break ground on the South Lake Hospital expansion located in Clermont, Florida. The $33 million expansion and renovation project includes 42,165 square feet of new space to the emergency department, surgery and material management department. The project also includes 41,675 […]Continue Reading
Orlando Health Central, Robins & Morton, Hunton Brady Architects, TLC Engineering for Architecture and honored guests joined together to officially break ground on the Horizon West Freestanding Emergency Department project located in Winter Garden, Florida, on Jan. 19. Several key members of the Orlando Health and Orlando Health Central administration attended the event along with […]Continue Reading
On Jan. 13, Robins & Morton and Innisfree Hotels celebrated the topping out of the hotel company’s newest coastal destination, the Hampton Inn & Suites located at 15505 Front Beach Road on Panama City Beach, Florida. Facing the Gulf of Mexico, the hotel will contain 182 rooms and will be within walking distance of the […]Continue Reading
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