As a fully integrated engineering, construction, and facility services provider, Southland’s strengths become readily apparent through the design-build project delivery method. The use of design-build continues to expand as owners recognize the significant benefits that a fully integrated team presents, including:
Single-Source Accountability – Whether as part of a design-build team or as a prime contractor, Southland maintains responsibility for engineering, constructing, and delivering a solution that universally meets the performance, cost, and schedule requirements of the project. Aligning Southland’s objectives with those of the owner, this accountability drives our team to produce a more innovative, collaborative, and efficient end result.
Cost Savings – Southland has a history of creating solutions that are lower in cost than traditional solutions yet also energy efficient, sustainable, constructible, and reliable. Combining the collective and integrated knowledge of our talented engineering, construction, and facility personnel is what enables us to generate such superior solutions.
Faster Delivery – Our teams are responsive and adapt quickly to the ever-changing demands of each project and our industry. By streamlining our workflow to maximize the benefits of building information modeling and championing lean principle, Southland enables faster design to construction times than ever thought possible.
Improved Quality – Southland is disciplined in delivering projects that meet or exceed the owner’s performance expectations. This approach demands the combined knowledge of our engineering, construction, and maintenance personnel to pinpoint engineering solutions, products, and construction techniques that are known to satisfy the quality expectations of both Southland and our client’s.
Reduced Risk – By self-performing the majority of our services, we are able to guarantee cost, schedule, and system performance even in the early stages of the project, which allows owners to focus on the needs of the project rather than managing risk.