Southland Awarded NIH Fan Replacement Project

Friday, January 1, 2010 - 22:30

Dulles, VA

Southland was recently awarded the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Ambulatory Care Research Center (ACRF) Fan Replacement Project. This year-long project consists of the replacement of eight (8) 60,000 CFM lab and clinic exhaust fans while keeping the ACRF operational. Due to space constraints, the existing fans will be demolished in sections and the new fans will be delivered knocked-down and installed individually piece by piece. This project will overlap with Southland’s completion of the NIH Building 10 Atrium In-Fill Project which commenced in 2007. Special thanks to Mark Gobbi, Rob Delawder, Rod Bates and Dave Cumpiano for their efforts and support in securing this project.

About Southland

Founded in 1949, Southland Industries is one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing innovative yet practical solutions through a holistic approach to building performance. Advocating a design-build-maintain model, Southland specializes in the design, construction, and service of mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, process piping, automation and controls systems, as well as comprehensive energy services needs. Offering standalone services as well as integrated solutions, Southland’s in-house experts remain connected, sharing knowledge and information in order to produce the results that have earned Southland its unmatched reputation as one of the top design-builders in the nation. As a company that has always prided itself on innovation and collaboration, Southland continues to pave the way as an industry leader in sustainability and energy efficiency so as to improve the way buildings are designed, built, and maintained. For information, please visit

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