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Construction firm tops out new hospital in Tampa suburb

  • By Brian Hartz
  • | 11:15 a.m. May 30, 2023
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An artist's rendering shows what the AdventHealth Riverview Hospital will look like when it's fully completed in fall 2024.
An artist's rendering shows what the AdventHealth Riverview Hospital will look like when it's fully completed in fall 2024.
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Robins & Morton and AdventHealth’s west Florida division recently celebrated the topping out of the new AdventHealth Riverview Hospital, signifying the structural completion of the 282,000-square-foot facility that is scheduled to open in fall 2024.

According to a news release, the hospital will have 80 patient beds but enough space to expand that number to 200 in the future. It will also offer emergency, cardiology, obstetrics, gynecology, labor and delivery, orthopedic, and urology services.

Robins & Morton workers topped out the new AdventHealth Riverview Hospital on May 26.
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Birmingham, Alabama-based Robins & Morton, which has an office in Tampa, is the project’s general contractor while HuntonBrady is the architect.

"The topping out of AdventHealth Riverview Hospital is a significant milestone in our efforts to expand our reach and provide convenient access to quality healthcare throughout West Florida," AdventHealth West Florida Division President and David Ottati states in the release. “Our partnership with Robins & Morton and HuntonBrady has been invaluable in our expansion efforts and we're excited to continue working together to improve the health of the communities that we serve.”

Jason Newmyer, AdventHealth Riverview president and CEO, adds, via the release, “We are excited to bring our brand of whole person and high-quality healthcare to the fast-growing Riverview community. We look forward to improving the health and wellbeing of the community when we open our new hospital in the fall of 2024.”



Brian Hartz

Brian Hartz holds a master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and has been a St. Petersburg resident since 2013. He has also worked for newspapers and magazines in Indiana, Canada and New Zealand.

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