Innovation is in our DNA.
Through careful planning and an innovative approach, RANDALL has successfully designed and constructed large-scale projects for both high schools and universities.
RANDALL partnered with KBR to commission the 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. 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.
Tohopekaliga High School (Toho), a new STEAM Orange County Public School, opened in 2018. This innovative project consisted of state-of-the-art classrooms, large testing facilities, an active learning media center, and many other buildings to educate 3,000 students. 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. 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.
This two-story elementary school covers 85 thousand square feet with an attached 130-ton cooling supplier chiller yard. This project has two air-cooled chillers and RANDALL was able to self-perform all plumbing and mechanical. piping, ductwork, concrete slabs, and tilt work panels.
This 850-seat performing arts center has the capacity to hold 850 guests and provides ample performing space for students to showcase their talents.