Phase II of the Michie Stadium Athletic Complex began in October 2003 with the demolition of the old football equipment room and weight room across the street from the steps of Holleder Center. A brand new state-of-the-art annex known as Randall Hall was constructed in its place.
The $10 million project, another piece of the Academy's "Margin of Excellence" facilities upgrade, is named for the late Robert D. Randall (USMA '56), lead donor for the building. Randall Hall serves as the home for Army's men's and women's basketball teams as well as providing four skybox seating areas overlooking historic Michie Stadium. The 25,000-square-foot complex was completed in the summer of 2005.
Randall Hall consists of three floors and includes a catwalk over Howse Place that connects to the upper concourse of Holleder Center near Christl Arena. Four skybox booths with seating for approximately 21 overlook Michie Stadium and highlight the top floor. The men's and women's basketball offices and conference rooms are also located on the third level. The "Class of '56" skybridge is adorned with memorial displays dedicated to the Cold War.
The main entrance to Randall Hall is located on the second floor. A 248-seat auditorium occupies the middle level. The main concourse connects with Kimsey Athletic Center near the main lobby adjacent to the O'Meara, Malek, Dawkins Class of '59 Strength Development Center.
The bottom floor features team rooms and locker rooms for both the men's and women's basketball squads, including showers and locker areas.
Leo A. Daly was the architect in charge of the design of Randall Hall. Joseph Kokolakis Contracting of Rocky Point, N.Y., served as the construction company, while Farmer, Baker and Barrios served as the project manager for the venture. Funding for Randall Hall was made possible through private donations.