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We, at Southern Field, recognize this can be a difficult time and we remain deeply committed to the safety of our customers and our employees while maintaining a standard of excellence to meet all your service needs.

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Tackling Big Problems is our Specialty.

Offering equipment, parts, and services in the Pulp and Paper, Power Generation, Cement, and general industrial markets.

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Welcome to Southern Field-EEC

In 2006, Southern Field Maintenance and Fabrication was founded as an industrial maintenance company serving the Pulp and Paper, Power Generation, Steel, and Cement sectors. In 2010, Air Pollution Control was added as a division which is now a large part the company. In 2015, a combined buyout of the family owners of Process Barron and Southern Field brought the companies together under common ownership, while retaining independent management. In 2018, after purchasing the assets of Environmental Elements Corporation, Southern Field rebranded as Southern Field – Environmental Elements (Southern Field – EEC). Environmental Elements is the largest precipitator OEM in North America and has over 1,500 installations of air pollution control equipment around the world (ESP, Fabric Filter, Dry scrubber).

As a privately held company with project managers, equipment specialists, safety staff, field service inspectors, superintendents, and skilled construction craft – we have the expertise, quality, and safety to support your next project.

Today, we provide industry leading support for many types of industrial equipment and operate from three locations including:

  • Luverne, AL – Corporate Office and Shop
  • Arden, NC – Project Management and Construction Services
  • Jacksonville, FL – Precipitator Parts

News from Southern Field-EEC

  • 5 Tips for Better Maintenance Team Management

    Behind every amazing maintenance team is a great manager who knows how to get the best out of them. Here are a few ways to make your team more productive. Read More
  • Using Thermal Imaging for Roller, Chain, and Belt Conveyor Inspections

    Using thermal imaging cameras to monitor your equipment’s performance can drastically reduce the likelihood of unplanned downtime. It can also reduce your reactive maintenance fees and equipment repair costs, and extend the life of your machines.  Thermal imaging is also great for spotting a lack of uniformity in your equipment,... Read More
  • The Future of Manufacturing After COVID-19

    If history is any indication, the short-term adjustments the manufacturing industry has made in the past few months (in response to COVID-19) could lead to changes that last for decades. While most of us are hoping that the pandemic ends soon, and that things will go back to normal, there’s... Read More
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