News

Dec
10

Photo Gallery of National Museum of African American History and Culture Project

Southland Industries will kick off rough-in activities next spring for the in-progress build of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. In the meantime, members of the Southland team are keeping busy with coordination and inserting/layout of the project. Photos by Shawn Cingle of Southland Industries. See them here.

Dec
03

Feature Story on Southland Engineering

As a fully integrated engineering services provider, Southland Engineering emerged from one of the nation’s most progressive design-build-maintain firms, Southland Industries. Realizing the strength of its experienced engineers and design professionals, Southland Industries sharpened its focus and established Southland Engineering as a means to provide clients with superior design and preconstruction services. Read the article here.

Nov
18

PHC November Issue Featuring University of the Pacific Project Case Study

The Plumbing and Hyronic Contractor (PHC) News November issue is now available online, which features a case study on the University of the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry project, written by Kevin Terwilliger.

Read the issue here. The case study can be found on pages 76-78.

Nov
04

Southland Industries Awarded P-229 Weapons Surveillance and Test Laboratory and Calibration Laboratory project

Garden Grove, CA

Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded the P-229 Weapons Surveillance and Test Laboratory and Calibration Laboratory project at Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach, California. The design-build project team includes Hensel Phelps, RJC Architects, Helix Electric, and Southland Industries.

Sep
30

Southland Industries’ Annual Mid-Atlantic Golf Tournament Raises $55,000 for Charity

Dulles, VA

Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) building systems experts recently hosted its 5th Annual Tee-Off for Charity Golf Tournament. The Mid-Atlantic Division of Southland held the tournament on September 19th at Evergreen Country Club in Haymarket, Virginia with proceeds going toward local non-profit organizations, Loudoun Youth, Inc. and Loudoun Habitat for Humanity. In total, the tournament raised approximately $55,000.

Sep
09

Southland Industries Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Dulles, VA

Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) building systems experts recently welcomed Kevin J. Coghlan as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Coghlan brings a wealth of experience to Southland that will be used to enhance the company’s current operations as well as future strategic growth efforts.

Aug
28

Southland Industries’ Annual Southern California Golf Tournament Raises $54,000 for Charity

Garden Grove, CA (2013)
Southland Industries, recently hosted its Annual Southern California Golf Tournament in Costa Mesa, California. Held at Mesa Verde Country Club, the proceeds from the tournament were donated to Jacob’s House, the American Heart Association, and the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) Children’s Foundation. 

Aug
08

Using Design-Build To Streamline Healthcare Renovations

Article | Healthcare Design (2013)
Feeling the impact of healthcare reform and the recession, many hospital owners are faced with the difficult task of driving down costs, which can include choosing between building new facilities or renovating existing ones.

Aug
07

Southland Industries Appoints Industry Veterans to Expand Energy Business

Dulles, VA (2013)
As a division of Southland Industries, Southland Energy enters the energy services company (ESCO) marketplace backed by over sixty years of experience in designing, building, operating and servicing high-performance facilities. 

Aug
02

How I... Rose from intern to CEO

Article | Washington Business Journal (2013)
Ted Lynch used simple mantra to turn a summer job into CEO stint: Don’t say no.

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