On September 2, 2015, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced a $20 million program to improve energy efficiency in Virginia. The VirginiaSAVES program is designed to reduce the cost of qualified energy efficiency projects through repurposing of unused Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds assigned to the commonwealth in 2009.
By: Phillip Phillips
Over the last five years, Southland Industries has participated in a Target Value Design Research Group facilitated by University of California, Berkeley’s Project Production Sciences Laboratory (P2SL). This research group was composed of practitioners from the architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical design community, as well as, a general contractor and numerous “trade partners” from the mechanical, electrical, and structural sub-trades.
By: Chris Brooks
In their second venture to implement a Lean Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) approach to maximize the value of the University Park campus environment, The Pennsylvania State University chose the design-assist construction management team consisting of: Barton Malow (construction manager), Southland Industries (HVAC/plumbing/fire protection), and M.C. Dean (electrical) to construct the new Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Building (CEBME).
By: Mike Starego, PE
Southland Industries has incorporated electrical engineering capabilities into their engineering division. The electrical department, currently located in the Mid-Atlantic office has been supporting both local and national projects.
By: Grady Augustine
For the third year in a row, Southland Industries participated in the Movember Foundation’s annual competition. A play on of ‘moustache’ and ‘November,’ Movember is a month-long campaigned for men and women across the globe to join together to raise awareness and funds for men’s health. With dozens of Southland men and women participating, two men took the time to explain what Movember is and why it means so much to participate.