October 25, 2019
Southland Industries’ Mountain West Division was recently awarded the 'Safest Subcontractor of the Year' by The Nevada Contractor's Association for their work in strengthening the construction industry with an effective approach to safety that eliminates the potential for incidents to occur on the construction site.
October 21, 2019
Southland Industries of Union City recently accepted the 2019 Tom Guilfoy Craftsmanship Award (Mechanical Category) at CAL SMACNA’s 53rd Annual Convention President’s Luncheon in Ojai, California.
The Mechanical Contractors Association of America recently recognized Southland Industries with its Safety Excellence Certificate of Commendation for recordable cases and lost workday cases incidence rates of 25% or more below the industry average.
The Sheet Metal Occupational Health Institute Trust (SMOHIT) recently recognized Southland Industries’ Jamie Devan (Division Safety Manager, Mid-Atlantic Construction) at its 2018 Safety Awards ceremony in Tempe, Arizona.
The Associated General Contractors (ASG) of Nevada recently recognized Southland Industries with “Best Safety Record (Specialty Contractor, Over 50,000 Hours)” at the 2017 ASG Safety Awards. Congratulations to Kevin Dunn and Scott Lindstrom on this outstanding achievement.
The AGC Safety Awards are judged in the spring of each year and winners are presented at the annual Safety Awards Celebration in June.
Founded in 1966, the Nevada Chapter ASG’s mission is to support its members, enhance the image and awareness of the construction industry and quality of life through skill, integrity and responsibility.
DBIA Western Pacific Region – Distinction Award
Each year at the International Summit & Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design, and Construction (PDC), the American Hospital Association’s American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) presents the Vista awards for exceptional teamwork on new healthcare construction, renovation, and infrastructure projects.
2017 Vista Awards: New Construction
University of California San Francisco, Medical Center at Mission Bay
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The Washington Building Congress (WBC) has selected The National Museum of African-American History and Culture project in Washington, DC for a Craftsmanship Award in the mechanical category for HVAC and sheet metal.
WBC is a local organization that recognizes the skills of craftsmen through the Craftsmanship Awards Program - an annual celebration of excellent work performed in the local industry. The annual Craftsmanship Awards is the only program which recognizes the outstanding skill and achievement of individual craftsmen in the local metro DC construction community.
A jury of industry experts will evaluate project submission primarily on successful achievement of the owner’s project goals through implementation of design-build best practices as defined by DBIA’s Design-Build Manual of Practice. Submissions should highlight the design-build team’s collaborative efforts to add value to the project.