Article | The Military Engineer
The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley, Kan., was awarded the Army Energy Efficiency 2020 Project of the Year Award for its Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC), completed by Southland Energy. It is the Army’s first ESPC to incorporate the Department of Defense (DOD) Risk Management Framework to achieve an Authority to Operate for the base’s...
Now, more than ever the state of air and airflow's acute relationship to the spread of airborne disease matters. Designers of healthcare facilities have many challenges to rise to and factors to consider. The life safety of patients and staff should be the primary concern when designing facilities, but initial costs and annual energy consumption cannot be ignored. Utilizing a 100 percent outside air system is an approach that can adequately address some of these challenges and factors while...
Dominic Cardenas, Senior Account Executive of Southland Energy, shares the latest updates to California’s Assembly Bill 841 and what the new updates mean for improvements funding in California K–12 public schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Vilchuck, Senior Project Developer, and Steve Zip, Senior Account Executive, of Southland Energy dive deep into energy resiliency in the Conversations about Energy: Energy Resiliency Series. In this video series, Mark and Steve use their expertise to define what energy resiliency means across different industries, share its true costs, explain how to drive resiliency using third party financing, discuss O&M cost savings, and provide real-life resiliency project examples.
Addressing Military Treatment Facility Sustainment and Resilience Needs through Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Article | The Big Room
Thomas “T.W” Williams, Business Development Manager of Southland Energy, explains how the sustainment, restoration, and modernization (SRM) of Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs) is paramount for the transition to one system managed by the Defense Health Agency (DHA).
Dan Kerr, President of Burns Mechanical, explains how committing to supplier diversity can position the greater Philadelphia region as a place known for investing in and growing small, black, brown, and locally owned businesses.