Southland Industries Merges Subsidiaries, Consolidates Brands

Dec. 13, 2021

Garden Grove, CA – Southland Industries today announced the upcoming merger of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Southland Engineering, Southland Energy, TCM Corp., Envise, and Burns Mechanical. Beginning January 1, 2022, the merger will be executed in phases with the consolidation of all brands completed by January 2023.

As one of the nation's largest MEP building systems firms, this unification aligns with Southland's strategy to provide fully integrated building lifecycle offerings from a single brand. Following a phased completion, Southland will leverage their combined expertise and reputation to provide enhanced value and services to clients and partners.

"This unification is an exciting time for our customers and employees," said Ted Lynch, Ph.D., CEO of Southland Industries. "This consolidation of brands better represents the way we actually do work today. An increasing amount of our work is with clients that operate in multiple geographic regions, so this should remove any potential confusion for them and make it easier for them to engage us and access our vast companywide resources and capabilities.

"For our people, the integration will help enhance collaboration across our organization," said Lynch. "And, as we continue to expand our geographic reach and capabilities, our employees will have additional career growth opportunities."

By unifying all divisions and subsidiaries, Southland will deliver its full range of services — engineering, construction, building automation, service, and energy — as one national brand.

About Southland

As an MEP building systems expert, Southland Industries provides integrated, full lifecycle solutions that optimize the design, construction, operation, and efficiency of buildings. Through collaborative partnerships with our clients and the collective expertise of our people, we create premier built environments and future-ready spaces where communities and businesses can thrive. 

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