Article | CoStar News
CoStar News recently highlighted the design of Southland Industries’ consolidated shop and office space at its more-than-200,00-square-foot facility in Garden Grove, California.
Article | CoStar News
Article | Contracting Business
“As a company that has always prided itself on innovation and collaboration, we were craving high-performance work and fabrication spaces that could...
Article | Office Snapshots
Award-winning interior architecture and planning firm H. Hendy Associates (Hendy) announced the completion of the new Southern California office space and fabrication facility for Southland Industries, one of the largest mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems firms in the nation.
Article | ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com
"We wanted to show the softer side of construction,” said Payman Farrokhyar, Southland Industries’ Southern California Division Leader.
Article | Construction Business Owner
In a recent cover story for Construction Business Owner, Southland Industries’ Henry Nutt III and Dodge Data & Analytics reveal the top three safety factors affecting teams today.
Southland Industries is a platinum sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s “2019 Construction vs Cancer SoCal” at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, April 28.
Southland Industries is a platinum sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s “2019 Construction vs Cancer SoCal” at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, April 28. Showing the softer side of construction, the local construction industry has forged a partnership with the American Cancer Society in its mission to find a cure for cancer. Free to the public, the event is designed to offer kids and families a day of fun and entertainment. Featured VIP guests will be pediatric cancer patients, survivors and their families.
Publication DateThursday, December 20, 2018 - 16:30
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has named Southland Industries as mechanical engineer of record for its Terminal 3 West Modernization Project. Slated for completion in December of 2022, the $650 million effort consists of the modernization and expansion of the existing western portion of the terminal, including upgrading building systems, enhancing the passenger experience, and renovating gates to maximize flexibility.