Born into a legacy of construction, Robins & Morton Concrete Superintendent Trevor McKnight represents three generations of construction workers in his family. “My grandfather built high risers, and my dad is a general contractor,” McKnight said. “I was pretty much raised around it.” Eight years ago, McKnight forged his path in concrete – literally – […]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
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
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
Six years ago, Anais was working as an importer and exporter of heavy machinery when she saw that Robins & Morton was looking for an administrative assistant. She decided to take a chance and apply for the position – and that chance paid off. Anais started out answering phones and scanning documents, but within three […]Continue Reading
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