Robins & Morton at work on two University of Miami Health projects

Ground has been broken on UHealth’s largest outpatient facility

Robins & Morton has broken ground on what will be UHealth’s largest outpatient facility — UHealth SoLé Mia. This rendering show the facility in place.

Robins & Morton is currently working on two projects for the University of Miami Health System — SoLé Mia and Doral.

Birmingham-headquartered Robins & Morton broke ground on UHealth SoLé Mia, a seven-story, 363,000-square-foot medical center on 10 acres in North Miami’s master-planned, 184-acre community of SoLé Mia. When the center opens in 2025, it will offer specialties including cancer experts from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center; advanced vision care from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute; and urological treatments from the Desai Sethi Urology Institute. It also will offer neurology and neurosurgery programs, cardiology, endocrinology, otolaryngology, gastroenterology, dermatology, physical rehabilitation and others. Once construction is complete, it will be UHealth’s largest outpatient facility.

UHealth’s Doral facility was recently announced and will be built by Robins & Morton.

Robins & Morton also will soon begin work on UHealth Doral, a six-story, 150,000-square-foot medical center in downtown Doral. Recently announced, this center also will provide cancer care from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, vision care from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and urological care from the Desai Sethi Urology Institute. It also will feature services in neurology, cardiology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, gynecology, internal medicine and more. It will include 33 exam rooms, eight operating rooms, three endoscopy suites, 33 cancer treatment units, a seven-story parking garage and central energy plant.

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

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