Category: Johnathan Peavy

Robins & Morton Completes 450-Bed Miami Beach Convention Field Hospital Ahead of Schedule

Robins & Morton completed a 450-bed hospital built inside the Miami Beach Convention Center more than a full day ahead of a very aggressive two-week schedule, ensuring the facility is ready if needed before the anticipated peak of COVID-19 in South Florida. The temporary hospital is a state and federal partnership in response to the […]

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Army Corps of Engineers Selects Robins & Morton to Convert Miami Beach Convention Center into a 450-Bed Field Hospital

Robins & Morton is converting 250,000 square feet of the Miami Beach Convention Center into a 450-bed field hospital, including isolation rooms. The Army Corps of Engineers announced the project at a press conference Wednesday, joined by Gov. Ron DeSantis along with other state and local officials. The Miami Beach Convention Center retrofit is part […]

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The Value of a Mentor

The Value of a Mentor from Robins & Morton on Vimeo.   It’s often hard to place a dollar value on a mentor relationship, but George Butler can. Since George started with Robins & Morton five years ago as an hourly laborer, he has worked his way into a salaried foreman position with the guidance […]

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