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Healthcare, Education
The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus

MMC Contractors was selected by Robins & Morton to provide complete preconstruction and construction services for the new 140-bed Tenet Healthcare Corp. hospital in western El Paso, Texas. Tenet Healthcare Corp and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso are building this new teaching hospital that will serve as an additional teaching site for medical students, nursing students, residents and faculty from TTUHSC's Paul L. Foster School fo Medicine. The hospital is designed to incorporate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED ) concepts and will seek certification when complete. 

After nearly a full year of preconstruction services and Building Information Modeling (BIM), construction is underway on the new 306,000 SF hospital and a Topping Out ceremony was held on Monday, October 12, 2015. As part of our Lean Construction practices, we have established an on-site fabrication shop to expedite the prefabrication of all plumbing, medical gas and piping system,s and to reduce the time it takes to deliver the piping to the installation location. 

This is the second hospital for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences system in El Paso that MMC Contractors will have completed when the hospital opens in 2016. In 2012, the University Medical Center of El Paso was completed; it was also a Robins & Morton project.


Additional Project Information:

Square Feet: 306,000
Project Location: El Paso, Texas
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Project Owner: Tenet Healthcare Corporation
Project Architect: HKS
Project Engineer: ccrd
Field Office: Kansas City


"During MMC's time here at Providence West, we have truly enjoyed our experience with your firm. Your team has done an amazing job on several different aspects. Team members Jonathan Martin, Greg Bradley, and Jacob Brunker have shown tremendous leadership in building this hospital. It takes someone special to build a building that saves people's lives. We have been lucky enough to have had a team of three that is just that. MMC's integrity has been a foundation of their success. By keeping honest and giving us real-life solutions/possibilities, it has allowed not only MMC to succeed, but other subcontractor teammates as well. Your firm was a steady leader in our pull planning and scheduling activities to ensure we hit our dates. MMC really showed strong teamwork throughout, making sure we made deadlines together, not as individuals. The quality of product turned over is far superior than your competition. While there are too many utilities to name, the final product of MMC's scope of work is impressive. "
-Dusty Gallas - Superintendent, Robins & Morton