Randy Wagner


Value Delivered

Since becoming company president in 1994, Randy has played a key role in ensuring that clients get the advanced solutions they need for optimum facilities performance. Responsible for all facets of Dynalectric Portland’s operation, he has expanded the organization’s ability to provide a full spectrum of electrical services, including construction, high voltage, tele/data, and fire alarm. He has also broadened the company’s project capabilities to include everything from condominiums to retail developments and hospitals.

Furthermore, his emphasis on superior project delivery has been a significant factor in the development of repeat business from such projects as the OHSU Patient Care Facility and Kaiser Permanente T3. Randy leads his team by advocating the highest service standards, maximum practical effectiveness, and complete customer satisfaction.


Randy has over 28 years of electrical industry management experience. Prior to joining Dynalectric Oregon, Randy spent nine years at Dynalectric Los Angeles where he demonstrated a high level of expertise in such areas as design/build, conceptual engineering and estimating, project detailing, and general engineering support.

In the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, he oversaw a variety of notable large-scale projects, including:

  • The $30-million, 2-million-square-foot Los Angeles Convention Center
  • The $7-million UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Business, a five-building academic complex
  • The $5-million McDonnell Douglas remodeling project, involving renovations to six floors of office space totaling 65,000-square-feet. This project included specialty grounding and power requirements for a computer room; a flight simulator, featuring a 400-cycle motor generator; and a computer room uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system.
  • The $2.4-million Beckman Institute, a biochemistry lab with special power and controls requirements
  • The five-story, $1.5-million, 100,000-square-foot Creative Artists high-tech office building, including tenant improvements, and movie screening rooms with projection and dimming equipment.
  • The $1.3-million, 183,000-square-foot McDonnell Douglas computer room with UPS for light-industrial applications

Randy is a member of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).

The Personal Side

In his off time, Randy enjoys spending time with his wife and son, as well as traveling and golfing. A car enthusiast, he is passionate about all things related to the automobile, from racing to collecting and restoring.