Article | Digital Engineering
Abdullah Karimi, CFD analyst for Southland Industries, uses fluid dynamics programs to examine airflow and heat distribution and develop the best heating solutions for his company’s clients. His first tip: Never use the first iteration of automatically generated mesh.
Article | Orange County Business Journal
Southland Industries employs about 500 locally and did nearly $400 million in Orange County sales last year, according to Business Journal estimates. Business continues to be strong, and the company keeps hiring and preparing for more growth, Southern California Division Leader Payman Farrokhyar told the Business Journal this month at an open house at Southland’s new facility.
Garden Grove, CA
The UCLA Wasserman Football Center recently received an “Award of Merit” in Engineer News-Record (ENR) California’s Best Projects 2018. Certified LEED Platinum, the building furthers the university’s energy efficiency and sustainability goals with rooftop solar thermal water heaters and low-heat-emission glazing. Southland Industries was the MEP Engineer of Record on the 73,500-square-foot facility.
Garden Grove, CA
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has awarded a contract to Southland Industries for a key role in the development of a consolidated rent-a-car facility (CONRAC) at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
The Lean Construction Institute (LCI) recently honored Henry Nutt, Sheet Metal General Superintendent at Southland Industries, with the Pioneer Award at the 20th Annual LCI Congress.
Article | Lean Construction Blog
Through opportunities as a design engineer at Southland Industries, as well as her involvement with the Lean Construction Institution’s Lean Leader group, Erin Miller has learned how Lean practices can transform a project, and how important engaging the next generation of professionals is to full industry transformation.
Article | AZ Big Media
AZ Big Media recently named Southland Industries as one of the 14 coolest offices in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Designed with form and function in mind as well as creating an environment that people want to be in, the coolest offices will grab your attention and keep it until the workday ends, explains author Steve Burks.