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Institutional | ROBINS & MORTON – LINCOLN HOSPITAL »The Lincoln Hospital replacement facility will be completed by the end of 2010. Strong Portfolio of Work ROBINS & MORTON IS USING ITS HEALTHCARE EXPERTISE ON THE LINCOLN HOSPITAL IN NORTH CAROLINA. After the new facility is built, the Lincoln arlier this year, Modern Healthcare hospital will give Lincoln County its current named Robins & Morton the No. 1 genbuildings and land, “enabling the county to eral contractor for healthcare projects save valuable tax dollars while still meeting curbased on its 2008 dollar volume for www.robinsmorton.com rent needs for building space and program projects in this sector. The company is off to a • Project cost: $85 million expansion,” CMS says. good start to repeat that ranking because it is • Location: Lincolnton, N.C. “It’s an exhilarating time a Lincoln taking on the $85 million Lincoln Hospital • Scope: 182,000-square-foot hospital County resident as we witnessto bedevelopment the replacement facility in Lincolnton, N.C. of new healthcare facilities in the west, east and Located about three miles from the current center of the county, and look to having the facility, the new Lincoln Hospital will be about benefit of more physicians and services for our 182,000 square feet and contain 101 beds, residents,” said Tom Anderson, who serves as according to the Carolinas Medical Center the Lincoln County Commission chairman (CMC). Along with the hospital, a medical –Robins & Morton and is on the CMC-Lincoln Community office park for primary and specialty care physiTrustee Council. cians will be built. The whole project is expected “We hope to see a trickle-down effect as more businesses look to to be completed by the end of 2010. Lincoln County as an expansion possibility.” “CMC-Lincoln will represent the single-largest investment made in CMC-Lincoln Chief of Staff Dr. Margo Aswad agrees. “We envision the healthcare in Lincoln County and the most modern facility we can new CMC-Lincoln hospital to be a facility in which patients and families build,” CMC CEO Michael Tarwater said in a statement. “Under the leadcan receive the quality of medical care they’ve come to expect from CMC ership of Pete Acker, president of CMC-Lincoln, the case has been suchospitals, and physicians and staff can find the environment a gratifying cessfully made for a new replacement hospital to benefit the communiplace to work,” she said in a statement. ty and to meet the continuing population growth there.” Robins & Morton – Lincoln Hospital “We believe our portfolio of more than 850 successful projects is the result of our commitment to quality construction.” CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM OCTOBER 2009
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Construction Today - October 2009
Regional Spotlight: Southwest
Ledcor Construction Hawaii LLC
C.H. GUERNSEY & Co.
First Gulf Development Corp.: Meadowvale Corporate Centre
Jacobsen Construction: Workers Compensation Fund Headquarters
Novak Construction Co.
Affordable Concepts Inc.
HBD Construction Inc.: Edwardsville Crossing
Ledcor Construction: Napa, Calif.
Mared Mechanical Contractors Corp.
Myers & Chapman Inc.
Summit Contractors Group Inc.
Wilcox Construction Inc.
Special Focus: Mergers & Acquisitions
Hensel Phelps: Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl. Airport Sky Train
Circle Construction LLC
Electrical Contractors Inc.
Everett, Wash., Department of Public Works
Imco General Construction Inc.: Arlington WWTP
New Prince Concrete Construction
R.N. Rouse & Co. Inc.
Stanek Constructors Inc.
Fort Lewis: New Barracks, Army Growth Complex and Support Battalion
Torcon Inc.: Brookhaven National Laboratory’s National Synchrotron Light Source II
Bovis Lend Lease: FBI Denver HQ
Stuart Olson: University of Lethbridge Markin Hall
Bird Construction Co.: Shearwater Helicopter Base
Carbon Constructors Inc.
Consultants & Builders Inc.
Emerick Construction Co.: Rock Creek Middle School
Broadmoor/Boh Brothers Construction Co.: U.S. Coast Guard Integrated Support Command
Cahill Contractors Inc.: The Oakland Museum of California Phase 1
Flintco Inc.: Germantown Women & Children’s Pavilion
Gamma Construction Co.
Kreizenbeck Constructors: BSU Student Union
Pizzagalli Construction Co.: FAHC Radiation Oncology
Robins & Morton: Lincoln Hospital
Steele & Freeman Inc.
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. (TNDC)
W.G. Yates & Sons Construction: Armed Forces Retirement Village
BBL Construction Services LLC: The Glen at Sugar Hill Apartments
Chelsea Investment Corp.
Affirmed Housing Group
Westland Construction Inc.: Bridges at Citifront
Product Showcase: Plumbing Equipment
Hunzinger Construction Co.: Johnson Controls Headquarters
B.L. Harbert International LLC: S.O.F. 5th Special Forces Battalion Operations Complex
Duke Construction: Monarch Beverage Co. Headquarters
Irish Construction Co.
TMU LLC (Triune)
Last Look: Consultants & Builders Inc.
Construction Today - October 2009