Robins & Morton, AdventHealth West Florida Division, Hunton Brady Architects, and TLC Engineering celebrated the grand opening of the AdventHealth Brandon Offsite Emergency Room in Brandon, Florida, earlier this month. The 16-bed, 19,000-square-foot offsite emergency room serves as a full-service ER and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It features […]Continue Reading
Growing up, Ryan Van Dyke thought he’d follow his family into the medical field. He’d always felt a deep calling to serve, and in his youth, he believed that the manifestation of that calling would be to heal others like his grandmother and father. That was his plan when he began his freshman year at […]Continue Reading
Since Roberto Cordero was young, he loved building things and working with his hands. As a carpenter with Robins & Morton, that’s exactly what he gets to do. Day to day, Cordero spends the majority of his time outside and working to build various components of each project, such as handrails, decks, blocking, and stairs. […]Continue Reading
Every morning, Robins & Morton Senior Superintendent Allen Sanders wakes up before the sun rises, gets ready for the day, and goes to work at AdventHealth Tampa. As he plans the sequencing and execution of the health system’s nearly 300,000-square foot bed tower addition, 6,700-square-foot surgery expansion and six-story parking deck addition, he often calls […]Continue Reading
Baptist Health South Florida and Robins & Morton celebrated the groundbreaking of the new Fishermen’s Community Hospital, part of Baptist Health South Florida, in Marathon, Florida, on Sept. 20. “Robins & Morton is proud to continue the partnership with Baptist Health and the opportunity to give the community of Marathon a healthcare facility that meets […]Continue Reading
Orlando Health, Robins & Morton, Hunton Brady Architects, TLC Engineering for Architecture and honored guests joined together to celebrate the structural topping out of the Orlando Health – Horizon West Bed Tower project located in Winter Garden, Florida, on Sept. 19. The $91 million project includes a new 220,000-square-foot patient bed tower with a capacity […]Continue Reading
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Robins & Morton, HOK Architecture, Carastro Engineering and honored guests joined together to celebrate the structural topping out of the St. Joseph’s Hospital patient tower expansion located in Tampa, Florida, on Sept. 10. The expansion project will include a new six-story patient tower that will house a two-story lobby, waiting and on-call […]Continue Reading
Personalized, digital health advances are top-of-mind priorities among hospital chief information officers (CIOs), according to a report in Healthcare IT News. During a 2018 focus group organized by the not-for-profit healthcare organization the Scottsdale Institute, 80% of the gathered healthcare CIOs cited digital health expansion and its related patient experience improvements as their most important […]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
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
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