ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLA. — Randall Mechanical Inc., a leading Florida green mechanical contractor, has completed $8 million of specialty plumbing and HVAC work at the new $63.4 million University of Central Florida College of Medicine located at Lake Nona Medical City in Orlando, Fla.
The four-story, 175,000-sq.ft. UCF project with state-of-the-art mechanical and plumbing systems has been submitted for LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, said Jeffrey S. Condello, company founder and president/CEO.
One of Florida’s leading mechanical contractors and service providers, the 24-year-old company specializes in advanced mechanical, plumbing, and high purity process piping installations for many of Florida’s most sophisticated landmark facilities.
“We are proud to have been selected to provide the latest environmental technology to the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and to our many other valued clients,” Condello said.
Founded in 1986, Altamonte Springs-based Randall Mechanical currently serves 19 Central Florida counties and also operates offices in Melbourne and Tampa, Fla. In addition, the company is an active member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Associated Builders & Contractors, Associated General Contractors, Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association, Florida Healthcare Engineering Association, and USGBC. Additional information is available at www.randallmechanical.com.