News

Jul
22

Right Process Makes It Easy To Use 3D Modeling In Fabrication

Article | For Construction Pros

“Because we have design and constructability under one roof, we thought it was important on the construction side. With Revit, all of our people are working from the same system and the same model and the same source material,” says Judd Fuoto, lead solution analyst for Southland Industries.

Jul
19

How Long Before 3D Printing Disrupts Construction?

Article | Building Forward
“3D printing allows people to put something in their hands that’s tangible,” says Julio Saenz, senior manager of construction technologies at Southland Industries.

Jul
10

$1.5B healthcare project pushes envelope on lean practices, offsite fabrication

Article | Construction Dive
The 1.5 million-square-foot Penn Medicine Pavilion is the most comprehensive project on the East Coast to use an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) approach, which emphasizes collaboration among owner, architect and builder during design and construction. 

Jul
01

2019 MEP Giants

Article | Consulting Specifying Engineer
Southland Industries was recognized as one of Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine’s 2019 MEP Giants.  Southland was ranked #20 out of the nation’s top 100 firms providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection (MEP) engineering services. 

Jun
19

Moscone Center Receives LEED Platinum Designation

San Francisco, CA
San Francisco’s Moscone Center, a Southland Industries project, recently received platinum certification from Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), the most widely used green building rating system in the world. 

Jun
12

More Construction Firms See the Value of Lean

Article | Construction Dive
The drive for excellence means lean is a never-ending practice, said Southland construction manager Rob Delawder. “It’s called a journey because it’s a continual process.”

Jun
05

The Evolution of Construction Safety

Article | Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Not even 100 years ago, there was an alarming acceptance that people would almost certainly die on large and risky projects, explains Southland Industries’ Henry Nutt in Consulting-Specifying Engineer.

Jun
03

3 VR Myths That Are Unreal

Article | techopedia
Negative sentiments surrounding virtual reality (VR) will likely let up over time. In 10 years, for instance, VR could very well be the norm in the day-to-day lives of many people, explains Dr. Mehran Salehi, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analyst with Southland Engineering.

May
23

Process Analysis is How One MEP Producer is Coping With the Industry’s Labor Woes

Article | Building Design + Construction
Judd Fuoto, Southland’s lead solutions analyst, tells BD+C that his large company, with its many priorities, is trying to achieve a balance that aligns its business and technology agendas. 

May
21

Electrical Prefabrication Rising in the Data Center Market

Article | Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Electrical prefabrication isn’t a new trend in itself, but it is becoming increasingly popular in the data center market, explains Southland Industries’ Allyson Harrison in Consulting-Specifying Engineer.

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