RANDALL has innovation in our DNA.
With medicine and healthcare procedures constantly fluctuating and being modernized, the structures that house them need to do the same. RANDALL has coordinated and participated in a number of projects in the healthcare sector, helping with the modernization of healthcare structures through the implementation of cooling systems and mechanical components.
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute is a nonprofit cancer treatment and research center in Tampa, FL. In centers such as this one, maintaining a consistent, cold temperature throughout the facilities is crucial to the health of patients and sanitation purposes. As part of the hospital’s expansion, the RANDALL Mechanical team installed two 2,200-ton chillers and cooling towers in light of this temperature requirement. The team also installed five MBTU Cleaver-Brooks boilers and the associated piping and controls.
RANDALL has also had the pleasure of taking part in the expansion and renovation of the Bay Pines Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Healthcare System facility. The project consisted of a total of four phases and approximately 4,000 tons of cooling. To begin, the RANDALL team relocated and installed a new underground steam, condenser and chill water supply with returns throughout campus. Soon thereafter, a new warehouse and loading dock were constructed as well. Each of these phases and additions were absolutely critical to the efficiency of the facility.
To supply half of this chilled water loop, a CPE (Central Energy Plant) was installed by the team as well. A brand-new, five-story mental health hospital was constructed, with the mechanical room designed and functioning as the center of the cooling and heating systems. RANDALL successfully performed all construction of these projects while the facilities were operating and occupied.