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
For the 34th year, Modern Healthcare magazine ranked Robins & Morton among the top 10 in its listing of general contractors. This year, Robins & Morton landed at number five in the magazine’s 2020 survey of construction and design companies, with more than $1.1 billion of completed healthcare construction work in 2019. This represents more […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) announced Robins & Morton as the 2019 National Excellence in Construction Eagle Award winner for three projects in healthcare and commercial categories on April 6. Eagle Awards are equitable to first place and are followed by Pyramid Awards. Projects are eligible to compete for a national excellence designation after earning […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton received 18 Excellence in Construction awards from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) throughout the organization’s annual Excellence in Construction Competition. Robins & Morton participated in the competition through the Alabama, North Alabama, Carolinas, Florida East Coast, Central Florida, North Florida, and Greater Tennessee chapters. ABC recognized the following projects: Beverly Knight Olson […]Continue Reading
Since the birth of the nation, Jon Rowell’s ancestors of nearly every generation have served as American soldiers. Growing up, he felt intense honor, pride and a need to serve his country in the same way. After graduating high school in Raleigh, North Carolina, Rowell enlisted in the Marine Corps and began his lifechanging journey. […]Continue Reading
Like many in the construction industry, Raney Sledge started his career as a field engineer. However, by adding a high-tech twist to what most see as an entry level position, Sledge took his role to new heights – while making himself an even more valuable project team member. After graduating from the University of Alabama […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton and Atrium Health Cabarrus gathered on July 25 to celebrate the grand opening of the hospital’s new Heart and Vascular Tower in Concord, North Carolina. The project’s scope includes a new 60-bed, 163,000-square-foot patient tower, in addition to infrastructure upgrades and a CVOR renovation in the surgery department. The tower will be […]Continue Reading
Robins & Morton, Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority (CIHA), McMillian Pazdan Smith and construction team members gathered to mark the official topping out of the new crisis stabilization unit to be located on the campus of the Cherokee Indian Hospital in Cherokee, North Carolina, on July 10. At noon, the crane operator raised the final steel […]Continue Reading
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