Innovation in Our DNA.
For many years, the education sector has developed into an overwhelming sector considering the need for renovation and modernization of buildings across the nation. RANDALL has coordinated several of these projects, designing and constructing structures for several universities and high schools. Through careful planning and innovative thinking, these projects in the education sector are flourishing among other modernized structures.
RANDALL partnered with KBR to assist with the commissioning and design-build process for the University of Florida’s BSL2 and BSL3 laboratory spaces in the university’s Research and Academic Center. This project was recognized as a LEED Platinum candidate. As part of the construction, RANDALL integrated Dadanco Chilled Beams, and installed custom air handling units and energy recovery ventilators, which were later topped off with a 150-ton heat recovery chiller. The project described above was completed in a 24-month time frame.
The new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) school, Tohopekaliga High (Toho), opened in 2018 after much anticipation. This innovative project consisted of modern, state-of-the-art classrooms, large testing facilities, a sizable gymnasium, an active learning media center and many other buildings to accommodate and educate 3,000 students at Toho. RANDALL Tilt Structures was on-site to develop concrete foundations for the multiple buildings.
Toho’s outdoor learning facilities and classrooms distinguish it from other learning environments. To accomplish this, RANDALL Tilt Structures collaborated closely with the architect and general contractor to ensure that everything was completed properly, just as it was designed. RANDALL’s attention to detail and professionalism ensured that the project was finished within the 12 month timeframe, within budget and with awe-inspiring execution.