Jonathan Randall, Senior Vice President of Construction, is responsible for all construction projects for Boston Properties' Boston region. As head of his eight-member Construction Department, Mr. Randall has responsibility for an average annual volume of over $100M. In this capacity he is involved in the design, budgeting, scheduling, and delivery of all projects in Boston Properties' existing assets and development pipeline.
Mr. Randall's department recently completed the construction of Weston Corporate Center, a 350,000 square foot office building, which will serve as the new corporate headquarters for Biogen Idec. In addition, his group is managed the Redevelopment of Atlantic Wharf in downtown Boston. This LEED Platinum Certified project is a 31-story high rise with significant historic restoration and includes 750,000 square feet of new office space, 87 residential units and a six-story below-grade garage at Atlantic Wharf with 650 parking spaces.
His department is currently managing the 75 Ames Street project for the Broad Institute. The project is a 12-story, 375,000 square foot lab building, and includes the entire tenant fit-out. The building is a steel frame, with slab on deck, and is being constructed adjacent to and over an existing operational parking garage.
Mr. Randall was also directly responsible for managing the construction of 111 Huntington Avenue, a 36-story, 931,000 square foot Class A office building, as well as 200 West Street in Waltham that included a 260,000 square foot building and 400 car parking garage. His department also managed the construction for Seven Cambridge Center, a 230,000 square foot lab building and eight-story parking garage for the Broad Institute. In his career Mr. Randall has had direct responsibility for over 8 million square feet of tenant improvements.
Prior to his employment at Boston Properties, Mr. Randall was employed at Turner Construction Company for eight years where he started as a field engineer, and then held positions in project site management and estimating. Mr. Randall has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry.
Mr. Randall received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University in 1989, and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Boston University in 1999.
Mr. Randall is a member of the Massachusetts NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties). He is also a member of Chi Epsilon, the National Engineering Honor Society, and is a Massachusetts Licensed Construction Supervisor. He is a former member of the Board of Directors for The Associated General Contractors and serves as an Overseer for the Boston Architectural College. Mr. Randall is also a LEED Accredited Professional.