Article | Constructor Magazine
Southland’s Kevin Dunn explains how BIM technology can be used to identify and eliminate risks before they occur on jobsites.
Article | Chief Executive
Southland Industries’ CEO Ted Lynch brings a unique perspective to the job, having started out with the engineering and contracting company as an intern and working his way up to the top.
Article | Bisnow
Southland Industries’ Andrew Tranovich recently discussed the Moscone Center’s latest expansion project, and how the on-site water treatment system is aiding in the project’s targeted LEED Platinum certification.
Article | Construction Dive
As our world grows smaller with the addition of more increasingly connected devices, the need for infrastructure supporting those devices’ data is only going to become greater.
After eight years of growth, the market still is thriving. Further, most firms believe it will continue to improve through the end of 2018 and have backlogs to prove it. But some firms are beginning to become wary about what 2019 will bring, both for the market and the economy as a whole.
Article | OC Business Journal
Southland Industries, which has a long history in Orange County, signed a lease this month to occupy all of a recently upgraded, 207,953 square foot industrial and office building at 12131 Western Ave. It’s one of the largest leases in North Orange County this year and takes one of the biggest empty buildings in the region off the market.
Southland Energy, a division of Southland Industries, recently appointed Thomas “T.W.” Williams as Federal Business Development Manager. In his new role, Mr. Williams will be responsible for overseeing Southland Energy’s federal business growth strategy on a national scale.
Article | Healthcare Design Magazine
Henderson Hospital, part of The Valley Health System (VHS; Las Vegas) is – by design and location – a landmark in Henderson, NV. Opening in October 2016, it’s the first tenant at Union Village a 151-acre integrated health village, where services – including inpatient and outpatient care, primary care, home health, senior living, and wellness – will be collocated alongside residential and retail components.
Article | ENR
Though the essence of the original design remains, some details have changed for the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Southland Industries’ Chris Skoug explain how one early on redesign saved 500-tons of ductwork and $8 million in labor and material costs for the two million square foot stadium.
Article | SMACNA
“Tools such as Autodesk’s Collaboration for Revit takes building information modeling (BIM) to the next level and allow the entire project team to work together in a web-hosted environment,” said Southland’s Las Vegas Division BIM and Constructability Leader Brandon Zeleniak. “Our ability to do reporting over an entire project has increased significantly. Project set-up time has decreased. Collaboration workflow is better.”