Category: Huntsville Hospital Orthopedic and Spine Tower

Robins & Morton sets pedestrian bridge, connecting Huntsville Hospital to new Orthopedic & Spine Tower

In a matter of hours, construction firm Robins & Morton set a 50-ton pedestrian bridge into place on the downtown campus of Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville, Alabama, on Aug. 22. Spanning 70 feet in length, the bridge required two cranes to guide it into its final place. It connects the hospital’s central building to its […]

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Robins & Morton, Huntsville Hospital announce topping out of Orthopedic & Spine Tower

Robins & Morton and Huntsville Hospital recently announced that the hospital’s new Orthopedic & Spine Tower officially reached its structural completion. The milestone, often called the “topping out,” also signifies that the 375,000-square-foot tower now stands at its ultimate height – 150 feet – at the corner of downtown Huntsville’s Gallatin Street and St. Clair […]

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The Name You Leave Behind

There’s a difference between a leader and a manager. For Superintendent Jeff Jones, that distinction extends from supporting his team on the jobsite to empowering them to be involved in the community. “You can never be in a position of authority until you learn to serve,” Jones said. “Learning to be a good servant is […]

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