Southland Industries Completes Brand Consolidation of Mid-Atlantic Subsidiary


DULLES, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Southland Industries today announced the completion of a brand consolidation with its Dulles, Virginia-based subsidiary of Envise.

This completes another phase of Southland’s plan to consolidate all brands into Southland Industries by January 2023. As one of the nation’s largest MEP building systems companies, this unification aligns with the strategy from Southland aiming to provide fully integrated building lifecycle offerings. Additionally, it enhances their ability to leverage their combined expertise and capabilities across their various regional businesses to deliver enhanced value and services to customers and partners.

Since 2015, Envise has been providing building automation and mechanical services as a wholly owned subsidiary of Southland. By providing comprehensive building lifecycle services under one brand, customers will continue to benefit from Southland’s wide range of expertise, but from a single point of contact.

“This unification is an exciting time for our customers and employees,” said Ted Lynch, Ph.D., CEO of Southland Industries. “This consolidation of brands better represents the way we actually work today. An increasing portion of our work involves clients who operate in multiple geographies, so this should eliminate any potential confusion for them and make it easier for them to engage us and access our vast resources and capabilities across the world. business.

Going forward, Southland will continue its phased approach to fully integrate all Envise branches.

About Southland Industries

As an expert in MEP building systems, Southland Industries provides integrated full life cycle solutions that optimize building design, construction, operation and efficiency. Through collaborative partnerships with our customers and the collective expertise of our employees, we create world-class built environments and future-ready spaces where communities and businesses can thrive.


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