Randall-Paulson Architects Randall-Paulson Architects began in 1993 in the Distribution/Light Industrial and Retail markets and has since expanded to include Childcare, Education, Interiors, Government, Graphic Design, Hospitality, Office, Mixed-Use, Religious and Sustainability. The firm’s Principals are Michael B. Randall, and Alex S. Paulson whose direction and Open-Book Management philosophy have grown Randall-Paulson Architects into a highly respected mid-size firm. The staff also includes registered Architects and Interior Designers as well as LEED™ Accredited Design Professionals. Historic Roswell Mill Roswell Mill refers to a cluster of mills located in Fulton County near Vickery Creek in Roswell, Georgia. The mills were best known for producing finished textiles from raw materials grown on nearby plantations for the Confederacy during the Civil War. The group was “the largest cotton mill in north Georgia” at its height. The mill grew steadily, at one point producing wool and flour in addition to textiles. This diversification progressed through several phases of ownership well into the twentieth century and the mill continued producing textiles until its eventual shutting down of operations in 1975.