News

Jan
17

Lean IPD Strategies from the Trade Partner Perspective

Article | The Big Room

Early involvement of trade partners on a build using a Lean Integrated Project Delivery (LIPD) approach has the potential for major opportunity, explains Southland Industries’ Business Development Lead Andrew Rhodes.

Jan
16

Intentional Tech - Designing with a Purpose

Podcast | Engineered Systems

Getting stuck building within a timeframe or budget can often mask the real value of the project to the end user, says Jody Baldwin, Mid-Atlantic branch manager at Envise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Southland Industries.

Dec
20

OC Pathways

Article | OC Pathways

The Orange County Department of Education's "OC Pathways"program connects students to more than 2,000 businesses around southern California, including Envise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Southland Industries.

Dec
18

Southland Energy to Perform $11.6M Water Treatment Facility Retrofit for City of San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo, CA

Southland Energy today announced it has been awarded a comprehensive energy and infrastructure retrofit project for the City of San Luis Obispo’s water treatment facility.

Nov
26

How Lean Construction Methods are Shaping the Future

Article | Consulting-Specifying Engineer

Adopted as a response to customer and supply chain dissatisfaction with the building industry,

Nov
21

The Blueprint

Article | Engineered Systems

Building information modeling and lean principles have helped teams maximize production value while improving project coordination.

Oct
31

Learning How to Engineer Colleges, Universities Better

Article | Consulting-Specifying Engineer

College and university buildings are at the forefront of using emerging up-and-coming trends in their design, and with each structure comes its own set of challenges to analyze, study and overcome.

Oct
22

Santa Maria planning to add more sports fields, but project isn't a hit with everyone

Article | KEYT

To meet the demand of an active and healthy lifestyle, the Californian city of Santa Maria reached out to the local community and heard the need for their public parks to have more field space and increased field time with adequate lighting for soccer and other sports.

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