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Birmingham-based Robins & Morton named top five general contractor

Robins & Morton, which is based out of Birmingham, earned the number four spot on Modern Healthcare Magazine’s recently released ranking of the country’s top general contractors.

This is not an unfamiliar place for Robins & Morton. The company has ranked among the top 10 since Modern Healthcare magazine started its ranking 36 years ago.

Forty years ago, Robins & Morton decided to dedicate itself to understanding the unique needs of health care clients. This dedication has allowed them to become a leader in the medical construction industry.

Robins & Morton stands out among the top health care contractors in that it generates an average of 90% of its revenue from health care projects. The projects include multi-story towers, community-focused facilities and specialized practice clinics.

In 2021, Robins & Morton completed health care projects totaling more than $1.2 billion in revenue.

The company builds new construction and performs renovations and additions. In 2022, more than 90% of that business was from repeat clients.

In 2021, Robins & Morton completed several projects including the Taneja Center for Surgery at AdventHealthTampa in Tampa, Florida; the Orthopedic & Spine Tower at Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville; and Duke Health’s South Pavilion at Duke Raleigh Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Chairman and CEO Bill Morton’s credited the company’s employees for the award.

“Our consistent top ranking is a result of the experience and dedication of our people, the lasting relationships we’ve established with our clients and the partnership with our design teams and trade contractors.”

Per its website, Robins & Morton is a privately held construction firm based in Birmingham, with offices in Charlotte, Dallas, Huntsville, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, San Antonio and Tampa. The firm specializes in the construction of health care, hospitality, higher education, entertainment, sports and government buildings.