Media tagged with "HVAC"
Article | CSE Magazine
Southland Industries’ Richard Holzer joined a panel of industry experts to discuss the intricacies and complexity of high-performance buildings and how they can apply their consulting-specifying knowledge specifically towards the HVAC aspects of these projects.
Article | Healthcare Design Magazine (July 2016)
In any project, conditions of satisfaction are critical component of the contract because they provide an unchanging definition of success. When a project lacks this, the contract can mean different things to different people, or even different things to the same person at a different time.
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Article | HVAC System (October 2015)
As the National Museum of African American History and Culture rises on Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, Southland Industries has been installing the massive behind-the-scenes HVAC system that will keep thousands of visitors comfortable and historic artifacts preserved.
SMACNA contractor Southland Industries Dulles, Va., division, surmounted some daunting challenges that the project presented—from guiding oversize equipment down to the third level below ground to setting large riser ductwork at night, much of the time in the freezing rain.
Article | Healthcare Design (September 2015)
To the city of Henderson, Nev., Union Village is 151 acres of city-owned property that sold for $11.6 million in April 2011 to boost medical infrastructure in Southern Nevada. But beyond the Las Vegas suburb, it will be the first integrated health village of its kind and the largest healthcare project in the world.
Dulles, VA (2015)
Southland Industries, one of the nation’s largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded the Proton Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC. In addition to Southland, the design-assist project team includes VOA Associates, Brasfield and Gorrie, and MC Dean.
Dulles, VA (2015)
Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts, has been a dedicated Delta Controls partner for almost ten years and is proud to celebrate the company’s recent win as 2014 Building Automation System of the Year. Delta Controls was announced as the recipient of this award at the ControlTrends Awards in Chicago, Illinois last month. The event gathered numerous controls professionals and honored the best of the best within the HVAC and Building Automation industry.
Article | FacilitiesNet (November 2014)
The U.S. Department of Energy projects that by the end of 2015, about 25 states, concentrated on the East and West coasts, will have adopted the 2012 version of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). This latest version of the IECC heavily references ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010, a standard that includes several updates to requirements for mechanical, electrical, and lighting systems. The new standards for these systems will raise the bar, contributing significantly to energy savings, as compared to the 2007 90.1 standard.