Media tagged with "Thought Leadership"
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 | Contracting Business (February 2016)
As our industry demands the constructions of larger and more complex projects in shorter durations than ever before, it is increasingly critical for project management to embrace enhanced technologies. Gone are the days of giving a hard set of drawings to the field and checking in periodically to walk the job.
Article | ES Magazine (February 2016)
As technology use becomes increasingly integral to our daily lives, we need the growth of information technology (IT) infrastructure to keep pace with demand. Operating and maintaining sensitive IT equipment efficiently underlines the need for accurate and reliable control of space temperature and humidity.
Article | PE Magazine (January 2016)
Michael Kilkeary, P.E., is no stranger to seeking out opportunities to be a leader within the engineering profession, which is why he pursued engineering licensure. The recent graduate of Southland Industries’ Built to Lead program is taking just another step to becoming a better leader within his company and the profession.
Article | Forbes Insight (December 2015)
Today’s CFO is managing an ecosystem of expanding complexity – thinking and operating globally, leveraging financial data and analytics to achieve profitable growth, challenging and enabling business strategies, and capitalizing on a dynamic regulatory environment – all with a view to achieving competitive advantage. Southland’s CEO, Ted Lynch, discussed his expectations for CFO Kevin Coughlan and how he valued Kevin’s operating experience more than a background in finance.
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The Pfister Hotel
The Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Conference offers an opportunity for members of the building construction industry, including structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, construction management professional and architects, to learn about and discuss advanced strategies and state-of-the-art practices of building technology. The conference will feature presentations on building integration, as well as the latest technology in the many areas of the building design, construction, and maintenance. The conference offers a balance between academics and practice and will offer presentations, panel discussions, workshops, technical paper sessions, invited and keynote presentations, and local tours of technical interest.