B.S. / Construction Management / 2001 / Louisiana State University
AIC Construction Certification Commission – Certifications No. 7272
2002 - Present
From 2009-2014, Randall Guillaume completed Program Management for Act 391 of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) Statewide Facilities Program. As a project manager, his duties consisted of facilitating the program, design, and construction management of these facilities by way of design-build and/or design-bid-build. Act 391 identified the first phase of the system’s $173.7MM bond package of 23 projects for 14 community and technical colleges throughout the state.
Mr. Guillaume has also served on GOTECH's construction management team as an integral part of PAL (Parsons Aviation Louisiana - a Joint Venture) for the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport from 2002-2008. He was largely responsible for civil site work rehabilitation, mechanical and electrical upgrades, office build-outs and interior/exterior renovations, scheduling, and cost estimation which total project cost was $250MM. During the time of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, Mr. Guillaume spent nearly 8 months, as a project controls manager, for the new Design-Build, John James Audubon Bridge project. The bridge now serves as the span between New Roads and St. Francisville, Louisiana. Total construction cost for the John James Audubon Bridge was $409MM. Mr. Guillaume’s educational background concluded with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management from Louisiana State University in 2001.