The Birmingham-headquartered general contracting firm constructed the 300,000-square-foot addition, which is comprised of 18 operating rooms and nearly 100 dedicated surgical care beds, as well as space for future expansion. This project was begun in the fall of 2019.
“This is more than a new building at AdventHealth Tampa,” said Denyse Bales-Chubb, president and CEO of AdventHealth Tampa. “The Taneja Center for Surgery is a beacon of medical innovation that brings the best doctors and technology together in one place to provide reimagined care for our community,”
The tower’s operating rooms are equipped with advanced surgical robotics. In addition, the tower has an expansive family waiting room, private patient rooms and a new two-story atrium that will be used as the main entrance for the hospital. With the addition, the AdventHealth Tampa facility now exceeds 1 million square feet.
Robins & Morton also completed a two-story, 200,000-square-foot central energy plant to serve the expansion and support growth.
“It is gratifying to know this building will help AdventHealth Tampa provide even more innovative surgical care,” said Todd Watson, Robins & Morton operations manager.
HuntonBrady served as the architect and TLC Engineering Solutions served as the mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer. Jacobs Program Management served as the hospital’s owner’s representative on the project.
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