It is legend that within the Smoky Mountains, there is a magic lake that humans cannot see. The Cherokee call it Atagahi, and it is said to heal all who enter its waters, but it is only accessible to the animals. Although the lake is forever barricaded from humans, on cool mornings you may be […]Continue Reading
Construction manager Robins & Morton and the Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority (CIHA) announced the completion of the new Phase II addition and crisis stabilization unit located on the Cherokee Indian Hospital campus in Cherokee, North Carolina. The two-story, nearly 77,000-square-foot addition will provide community members substance abuse treatment and behavioral health services. The first floor […]Continue Reading
As facility owners place increasing emphasis on speed to market and cost-effective practices in construction, project teams continue to search for creative solutions in methods, materials and new uses of existing building technology. That pursuit is behind the growing adoption of tilt-up concrete construction. The method – which uses horizontally cast-in-place wall panels that are […]Continue Reading
Invisible to patients, staff, and visitors, the Central Energy Plant (CEP) is the beating heart of a hospital campus. With its 24/7/365 distribution of heating, cooling, and power redundancy, a well-operated CEP underpins the treatment of each patient and the success of every caregiver. Despite its critical nature, reinvesting in CEP infrastructure often slips down […]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
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) announced Robins & Morton as the 2019 National Excellence in Construction Pyramid Award winner for two projects at the 29th Annual Excellence in Construction Gala on March 27 in Long Beach, California. Robins & Morton’s Pyramid Award winners include: AdventHealth Carrollwood: Healthcare, $25 million to $100 million category. The $52 […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton and Atrium Health’s Carolinas HealthCare System NorthEast gathered on June 7 to officially top out the hospital’s latest modernization project. Attendees celebrated with a special ceremony recognizing the work of the construction team members in reaching the official completion of the steel structure. The project’s scope includes a new 60-bed, 154,000-square-foot patient […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton ranked third on the list with $852 million in revenue for completed construction projects in 2017. The company built more than two million square feet with 88 percent of its work in healthcare projects across 16 states. Since the inception of the Modern Healthcare Construction and Design survey in 1986, Robins & […]Continue Reading
On September 27, Mount Sinai Medical Center celebrated the topping out of its 154-bed surgical tower addition project as the final beam was raised. Construction began in August 2016 to address the expanding healthcare needs of both Miami and Miami Beach residents and visitors– the project is set to transform Mount Sinai’s main campus. The […]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
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