Resilience in HVAC Design
Article | Facility Executive
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is resilient HVAC infrastructure. It requires vision, focus, and collaboration bringing together varied expertise around common goals such as efficiency, reliability, ease of maintenance, and lowest total lifecycle cost, explains Southland Energy’s Eric Nyenhuis.
Oregon State University’s College of Engineering will induct Jay Culbertson, Executive Vice President of Southland Industries, into its “Academy of Distinguished Engineers” at the 2019 Oregon Stater Awards.
Article | FacilitiesNet
Lighting fixtures built around light emitting diodes (LEDs) continue to revolutionize the lighting industry. They are opening new possibilities for institutional and commercial facilities as new lighting systems are designed and older systems are retrofit at the end of their performance lives, explains Southland Energy’s Eric Nyenhuis.
Podcast | The Constructrr
Henry Nutt, Sheet Metal General Superintendent at Southland Industries, recently joined other industry experts for the Lean Construction Institute’s (LCI) “The Constructrr” podcast. Among other topics, Nutt addressed the path he took to become an LCI Pioneer Award winner and what we can learn from it.
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.
Article | ENR California
As construction nears completion on Sutter Health’s $2.1-billion California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness Campus in San Francisco, Engineering News-Record highlights the 1,000,000-square-foot facility’s innovative, lean integrated project delivery and Southland Industries’ role in the process.