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 […]Continue Reading
In April 2017, a small group of developers, architects, and construction managers gathered to walk through the deteriorating Central Station in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. They planned to conduct a routine assessment of the existing condition of the 1914-era building – the first step in what would become a multi-phased restoration of the celebrated but long-neglected […]Continue Reading
Adapted from the 21st Annual Lean Congress presentation by Superintendent Josh Young (Robins & Morton), Athletic Director Richard Johnson (Wofford College), Assistant Athletic Director of Business and Finance Ryan Price (Wofford College) and Vice President of Operations Dominic Summers (Kirlin-Way) It’s 2019. There’s a significant need for new buildings and money to build them, but […]Continue Reading
By Robins & Morton Superintendent, Jeff Jones Culture. It’s a loaded word with powerful long-term results, but it can be tough to create an actionable roadmap from Point A to the pinnacle of cultural excellence. Despite its abstractions, sometimes you get lucky and reach that elusive achievement of cultural harmony, but is it replicable? […]Continue Reading
Birmingham-based general contractor and construction management firm, Robins & Morton, reached a milestone on their office expansion in Homewood, Alabama, this week. The firm topped out the new 3-story parking deck structure at their corporate office location off Shades Creek Parkway on Tuesday afternoon. Topping out ceremonies mark the structural completion of a project and […]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
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
The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC), Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter, named Robins & Morton “Large Construction Firm of the Year” at their first annual awards luncheon at Cholula Porch, Globe Life Park, on August 24. Robins & Morton earned this distinction for supporting and advocating on behalf of minority contractors. “Robins & Morton is a […]Continue Reading
Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino, construction/design teams, and guests celebrated the official groundbreaking of the new bowling and entertainment center addition on Aug. 7 in Murphy, North Carolina. The 38,000-square-foot Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino will bring a bowling center with 16 lanes and a 2,200-square-foot arcade to the Murphy area […]Continue Reading
The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) South Carolina Chapter has recognized the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital as “Project of the Year Award.” According to Allen Brown, marketing chair of the South Carolina chapter of NAMC, the award is based on three categories: access, advocacy and capacity building. Jean-Marc Villain, with MUSC Supplier Diversity, […]Continue Reading
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