Media tagged with "Government"
Article | Consulting Specifying Engineer
According to Mid-Atlantic Envise Branch Manager Jody W. Baldwin, “Technology integrators will in large part agree that one of the biggest trends affecting their scopes of work in the federal market is the trend to migrate away from proprietary automation systems toward agnostic or open products, protocols and platforms. A principal factor forcing this trend is the significant growth of technology and its incorporation into virtually every aspect of a built environment.”
Fort Riley, KS
Fort Riley, home of the Army’s 1st Infantry Division, collaborated with Southland Energy and the U.S Army Engineering and Support Center to develop and implement energy conservation measures to reduce energy consumption and enhance resiliency. The $25 million second phase energy project will upgrade 165 facilities totaling 3.7 million square feet. Improvements include LED lighting (interior and exterior), water fixtures, HVAC, controls, expanding the existing Energy Management Control System (EMCS), infrared heating system upgrades, direct exchange system coil treatment and restoration, building envelope improvements, and retro-commissioning.
Article | HPAC Engineering (April 2015)
A properly executed 3-D BIM model adds value to every aspect of a construction project, including improving safety, accelerating the schedule and reducing budget. However, it is not something that can be performed by a consultant alone and then passed off to a contractor to re-model for shop drawing development and installation.
Dulles, VA (2015)
Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Building 7 Washington Dorm Renovation in Quantico, Virginia. In addition to Southland, the design-build project team includes Trans Systems Architects and Mortenson Construction.
Article | ENR California (February 2015)
After earning his master's degree in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State University, Christopher Taylor worked on numerous design-build government and health care projects for Southland Industries' mid-Atlantic division.
Southland Industries will kick off rough-in activities next spring for the in-progress build of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. In the meantime, members of the Southland team are keeping busy with coordination and inserting/layout of the project. Photos by Shawn Cingle of Southland Industries. See them here.
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National Harbor, MD 20745
Federal Project Delivery Symposium attractes a record number of federal agency/owners, designers, builders and other members of public project delivery teams.
Southland Booth #TBD
Southland Industries Partners with Critchfield Mechanical on High Performance Computing Center Project
Dulles, VA (2013)
Critchfield Mechanical and Southland Industries, two of the nation's largest design-build mechanical contracting firms, have formed a joint venture...
Dulles, VA (2013)
Totaling 410,000 square feet, the museum building will consist of three stories of below-grade space and five stories of above-grade space on the National Mall,...
Southland Industries Awarded Marine Corps University Research Center Addition and Academic Instruction Facility
Dulles, VA (2013)
In addition to the combined 177,000 square feet of the classroom building and archival storage facility, the project also includes a 225,000 square foot remote, above ground garage.