AdventHealth Daytona Beach set out to make their facility more efficient and better-suited for their clients by way of a replacement facility. The project consisted of a 12-story, 245-bed replacement hospital and new 135-acre campus, replacing a 42-year-old hospital, that served Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach communities. The project also included a new 137,370-square-foot medical office building and 17,000-square-foot stand-alone central energy plant.
The complex nature of this project involved several buildings and structures to be completed in a sequence, posing challenges for the Robins & Morton team, including managing tight schedules, more than 50 trade contractors, strict budget conditions and intensive coordination requirements. Despite these challenges, the expansive project was completed on-time and to the satisfaction of the client.
Upon completion, the new AdventHealth Daytona Beach housed 53 treatment bays, three trauma units, a helipad, a new medical office building, and a central energy plant. The hospital included a modern evidence-based design for the emergency department and trauma center, as well as an expansive kitchen that features a large food service space serving the patient rooms and the public.
AdventHealth Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach, Florida