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.
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute is a nonprofit cancer treatment and research center in Tampa, FL. Having a consistent temperature throughout the facility is critical for patients and the research. As part of the hospital’s expansion, RANDALL installed two 2,200-ton chillers and cooling towers with the addition to the structure. Our Mechanical team installed five MBTU Cleaver Brooks boilers and the associated piping and controls. Also included in this project was the expansion to the electric distributing gear and associated controls.
Bay Pines Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Healthcare System is a level 1a tertiary care facility situated on 337 acres; co-located on campus with the VA Regional Office and a National Cemetery, providing health care to Veterans in west central and southwestern Florida. RANDALL was honored to take part in the expansion and renovation of this facility. This large project consisted of four phases and about 4,000 tons of cooling. To begin, our team relocated and installed a new underground steam, condenser and chill water supply with returns throughout the campus. A new warehouse and loading dock were constructed. The following phases were critical to the comfort and care of the VA patients.
To supply half of the campus’ chilled water loop, a new central energy plant (CPE) was installed by the RANDALL team. A new five-story mental health hospital was constructed, with the mechanical room designed as the penthouse for the cooling and heating of the hospital. RANDALL successfully performed all construction of these project components while the hospital was occupied and operating. Each phase poised a unique challenge as shutdowns and tying into existing utilities were accomplished without disruption or interference of the patients and faculties daily tasks.