In his formative years, Randall’s imagination was captured by the built environment, resulting in the construction of many elaborate tree-houses. Confident in his choice of architecture as a profession, he earned degrees from Syracuse University in both architecture and mathematics and returned to Connecticut upon graduation. Subsequently he spent nearly ten years with a distinguished design firm in the greater New York metropolitan area with a client-base in the higher education and institutional arenas, building his skills in all aspects of project development and client services.
Randall is passionate about restoring the dignity of civic architecture, once the pride of every municipal Main Street. He is also dedicated to youth development programs, having long been a youth basketball coach and ACE Mentor. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and former member of the Clinton Board of Education and several school building committees.