Article | Engineering Systems Magazine
Southland Industries’ Russel Ashcroft, Jim Begley, and Joshua Fait recently discussed the challenges faced due to aging infrastructure within the healthcare industry. Changing laws, advanced technologies, and an aging population are just a few factors driving the cost consciousness of the healthcare industry today.
Article | In Business Magazine
Southland Engineering launched recently from its parent Southland Industries, one of the nation’s largest MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) building systems experts, with a vision to bring an integrated approach to a discipline that traditionally operates in siloes.
Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded Sabey Data Centers’ newest campus, Intergate.Ashburn. In addition to Southland, the design-build team consists of Sabey Construction, Dynalectric, and CallisonRTKL.
Article | ACHR News (December 2016)
Poor IAQ is a major concern for both American citizens and the U.S. economy, because it can impact the health comfort, and productivity of building occupants. Inadequate ventilations, chemical contamination, microbial contamination, and other common IAQ problems can contribute to an unhealthy indoor environment.
Article | Contractor Magazine (December 2016)
Southland Industries’ Mike Miller shares the design-assist work that Southland performed for the newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded the Disney Grand Californian Hotel Guestrooms renovation located in Anaheim, California. In addition to Southland, the project team consists of Lombardi Contracting, WLC Architects, and TMAD Taylor & Gaines.
Article | Plumbing Engineer (October 2016)
Autodesk Navisworks (formerly known as JetStream has become the most commonly used clash detection software in today’s U.S. construction and design-build industry.