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
- Fletcher, NC – Project Management and Construction Services
- Jacksonville, FL – Precipitator Parts
Supporting Industrial Manufacturing KPIs through Efficiency SolutionsKen Buttery combines technical expertise with 20 years of industry knowledge and relationship development to lead the sales and marketing initiatives for ProcessBarron and Southern Field EEC. You know the hard work it takes to run a company that makes products are the source materials to make other products. Add... Read More
Navigating Maintenance: Staffing During Plant DowntimePlant downtime can be a costly affair in more ways than one. Besides production losses and service costs, there is an equally pressing concern—adequate staffing during maintenance shutdowns. However, it’s all too familiar for plants to put this top-level concern on the backburner. Unfortunately, day-to-day duties and concerns tend to... Read More
Do You Have a Reactive or Proactive Maintenance Strategy?Far too often, key equipment runs the risk of breakdown due to slim maintenance budgets that pursue a reactionary approach to maintenance. When this happens, maintenance departments are constantly playing a costly game of catch-up, trying to perform quick fixes after the fact. But it also causes a significant kink... Read More