Article | Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Peter Pobjoy, Senior Vice President of Southland Engineering, shared insight on what engineering changes may lie ahead in the wake of COVID-19 with Consulting-Specifying Engineer. Following the current pandemic, the industry anticipates new approaches for dealing with building owners and clients, tackling various HVAC challenges, and responding to enhanced demands for specialty or pressurized environments.
Department of Veterans Affairs Selects Utility Systems Solutions, Inc. (US2) and Partner Southland Energy for ESPC Contract
June 23, 2020 -- US2 and Southland were recently awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The US2 and Southland Team is part of a list of four SDVOSBs – large company teams awarded this contract.
Article | Airport Technology
San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California, US, is undertaking the modernisation of the western portion of Terminal 3.
June 1, 2020 -- Southland Energy recently announced that it has been selected for an Energy Services Company (ESCO) award by the Oregon Department of Energy and is now pre-qualified to be able to perform comprehensive energy, water management, and related capital improvements for state and local government agencies including cities, municipalities, state institutions, school districts, public universities, and other state-owned buildings.
Prince George County, MD
May 19, 2020 – Southland Industries recently announced a new project award to install STAAT Mod™ Modular ICU Centers for Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center and UM Prince George’s Hospital Center in Prince George County, Maryland.
Southland Industries and Penn Medicine Pavilion IPD Team Accelerate Schedule to Care for COVID-19 Patients
April 30, 2020 – Southland Industries and the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) team at Penn Medicine have accelerated construction 15 months ahead of schedule to prepare part of a new hospital tower in University City to help, if required, with the influx of COVID-19 patients.