RANDALL has innovation in our DNA.
Our participation in any construction project ensures the highest quality of engineering, design and construction. We hire the right people with the right skills and the right mindset to provide the right solutions, every time. As a self-performing subcontractor with 14 diversified divisions, RANDALL does not shy away from any industry or sectors. We approach each unique design with the whole building in mind, driving Client satisfaction and award-winning projects.
RANDALL partnered with KBR to assist with the commissioning process and the design-build for BSL 2 and BSL 3 laboratory spaces for the Research and Academic Center, owned by the University of Florida. This technical and specialized project was a LEED Platinum candidate. As part of the build-out, RANDALL assisted with Dadanco Chilled Beams. The BMS system obtained space pressurization requirements using Phoenix air valves. We installed custom air handling units and energy recovery ventilators. This was topped off with a 150-ton heat recovery chiller. This advanced project was completed within 24 months.
The new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) school, Tohopekaliga (Toho) High, opened in 2018 to much excitement and anticipation. This innovative new prototype includes state-of-the-art classrooms, large testing facilities, gymnasium, an active-learning media center and several other buildings able to accommodate up to 3,000 students. RANDALL Tilt Structures was on-site to establish the concrete foundations for the various buildings, pouring concrete for the slab on grade and address all the mission-critical details that the process entails.
Toho High School is unique in that there are functional outdoor learning environments, learning gardens as well as outdoor classrooms. RANDALL Tilt Structures partnered with the Architect and General Contractor to ensure the tilt-up wall panels were appropriately spec’d to allow for the flexible spaces as designed. Because of RANDALL’s attention to detail and professionalism, the extensive concrete phase of the project was successfully completed in only 12 months; on time and on budget.