Marshall Medical Center South opens new bed tower

The two-story expansion was built by Robins & Morton

The expansion of Marshall Medical Center South was built vertically.

Marshall Medical Center South has opened its new bed tower and main concourse in Boaz. The two-story vertical expansion was built by Robins & Morton and architecture firm TRO Jung|Brannen.

The project spanned 46,000 square feet, adding 64 private patient rooms. Both floors are complete with centralized nurse stations, waiting rooms, vending areas, a staff lounge and a locker room. The construction of this addition was especially challenging because it was built on top of the existing hospital.

An interior view of the new concourse.

The concourse, which is made up of 25,000 square feet, features a coffee shop and food service area with new kitchen equipment, a buffet-style serving area and a dining room with tables, seating and bar counter.

The improvements also added a check-in and consult room for outpatient surgery, along with meeting facilities and a gift shop.

Robins & Morton specializes in health care facility construction, as well as hospitality, education, entertainment, sports and government buildings. The Birmingham-headquartered firm has offices in Charlotte, Dallas, Huntsville, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Raleigh-Durham, San Antonio and Tampa.

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TRO Jung|Brannen is an architecture, planning and interior design firm. It provides design services to clients in the health care, senior living, corporate and commercial sectors. The company is headquartered in Birmingham.

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