Central Plants

Central utility plants often offer the most opportunity for energy and operational savings.  Central utility plans typically house all major equipment serving a building or campus, such as: chillers, boilers, steam systems, heat exchangers, pumps, electrical equipment, cooling towers, cogeneration systems, chilled water storage tanks, and much more.  With Southland’s strong background in central plant design and installation, we understand how to identify operational issues, address excess energy consumption, and add value to your central plant operations. 

Our central plant projects address the needs for many different types of facilities across the country, including: hospitals, offices, large campus, mission-critical, government, casinos, industrial, and more.  Southland Energy self-performs the design and construction of these facilities and adds value to your project by cutting out the markup that typically comes with an ESCO project.  

Our in-house central plant design-build-maintain solutions include:

  • Central Plant Optimization through controls
  • Chiller plants
  • Boiler Plants
  • Steam Systems
  • Thermal Energy Storage (TES) systems
  • Combined Heat and Power (CHP) – including microturbines
  • Biomass, Biogass, and Waste to Power
  • Renewables including Solar Hot Water, Solar Photovoltaic, and Wind
  • Compressed air systems
  • Electricity capacity upgrades
  • Utility assessments
  • Operations and asset management

Southland is a vendor neutral company and can provide unbiased, objective choices for equipment that provides the best value.  Our turnkey solutions are tailored to meet our customers' needs using the right application of technologies.