The Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma recently named Randy England Superintendent of the Year.
The award celebrates organization members who demonstrate leadership and dedication to implementing projects with integrity. England’s colleagues nominated him for his continued commitment to safety and his ability to deliver high-quality projects.
“Randy hasn’t had a single safety accident or incident occur under his supervision throughout his 40-year career,” said Jeff Shipley, executive vice president and general manager of southern operations for Boldt. “His hard work and honesty save our customers time and money, enabling them to invest in other needs. Most importantly, he continuously leads by example by making safety a priority, and even getting our subcontractors’ buy-in.”
England has completed projects across multiple industries, including delivering more than $150 million in new construction for Moore Public Schools. One of his most recent projects is the Blessed Stanley Rother Shrine in Oklahoma City, which will seat 2,000 and feature a chapel, museum and more.
“The work Randy does truly improve the communities where we live and work,” Shipley said. “He’s gained the trust of our customers, subcontractors and vendors, and he exemplifies our code of ethics.”
England thanked the coworkers who nominated him.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by my peers,” England said. “Creating innovative structures for our customers and prioritizing safety is central to everything we do. Receiving this award validates all the time and effort everyone at Boldt puts into doing things the right way.”