Randolph Construction Services, Inc.
1992 Saint Street, Richland, WA 99354
Phone: (509) 545-5404
Randolph Project: U.S. Coast Guard Consolidated Supply Building
- Project Name: Warehouse & Hazardous Storage Facility Construction
- Location: Port Angeles, Washington
- Client: U.S. Coast Guard
- Contract Details: $1.5 Million (Fixed Price)
- Work Performed: Turnkey Design-Build
Turnkey design-build of two buildings with related utilities, finishes and site work for a project site of 18,000 square feet. The main building was a pre-engineered structure, with 7,650 square feet of mixed-use warehouse and restroom facilities.
A second structure was a hazardous storage structure of approximately 1,830 square feet with erected forklift access between it and the main building. The remote project location presented some challenges which included limited local qualified subcontractors, limited local material suppliers, and a winter construction schedule.
Another challenge was construction over an abandoned drain field, which raised structural concerns. Randolph managed the design process to ensure that the structure could be constructed and withstand any potential environmental and structural issues.
The greatest challenge was designing the site and facilities to meet the financial constraints of the client. Randolph worked with the technical and contract representatives for several months through nine costing revisions to provide the facilities desired within the budget and accounting constraints of the U.S. Coast Guard.
After contract award, responsibilities included preparation of plans and specifications, as well as all engineering for mechanical, electrical and fire alarm systems. The project's scope also included geologist surveillance during excavation, independent testing, and inspection.