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Sustainable site energy solutions: Ten things you can do now for big impact

Sustainable site energy solutions: Ten things you can do now for big impact

Jeff Wegner
Our advanced technology clients are increasingly interested in three major site components: Increase their site utility resiliency/reliability/redundancy Lower their carbon footprint Improve their bottom line
Sustainability matters: Working together toward a sustainable world

Sustainability matters: Working together toward a sustainable world

Sharbel El Haber
Governments, businesses and individuals are all seeking to create a more sustainable world to cut costs and promote environments that are healthier and more viable in the long term. From simple changes like banning plastic bags and promoting recycling programs to more complex ones like using hybrid and electric vehicles and tapping into building and design efficiencies, "sustainability” has become a household word. The word “green” is often used to describe a world becoming very conscious of ways to save the environment while championing cost efficiencies. 
Creating a Future Lab within an Aging Infrastructure

Creating a Future Lab within an Aging Infrastructure

Mary Carroll and Scott McNallan and Mike Morris
How do you engage a client in a way that frees his/her mind to the prospects of an open flexible lab design? How do you lead them to see the potential within an old, tired building? Many of our clients, life sciences and otherwise, have antiquated labs in antiquated buildings on campuses that have been built to their limits. 
Exploring Laboratory Capacity

Exploring Laboratory Capacity

Has anyone asked you, "What is your laboratory capacity?" In the scientific world of planning laboratories, defining capacity is not so straightforward. This makes answering the question challenging unless you have a method in place. The reality is, you have options for measuring your laboratory capacity.
Leveraging Design To Minimize Risk

Leveraging Design To Minimize Risk

Matthew Kennedy and Matthew Khair
Learn how the application of best practice design principles can help mitigate the risks confronting biotechnology companies when navigating the uncertainty surrounding the demand profile of its product pipeline.
Back to the Future: A Retrospective Look Forward At Lab Planning*

Back to the Future: A Retrospective Look Forward At Lab Planning*

Take a look at the picture. Would you believe that this could be the “lab of the future?”