So, you decided to design-build a laboratory. Great! The hard part is out of the way, and all that is left is to work with us and make the easy decisions that will push your project over the edge of average and into greatness.

The first decisions you will need to make will all be structural. From what types of activities will be done in what areas, to where the most people will regularly be, will all play into the structural design on your new facility. From there, there are a number of other structural decisions that will need to be made, including:

  • What type of plumbing will be necessary and where it will need to be installed to make the most sense for your workers.
  • What industrial workstations and waste systems will need to be installed and where, if any.
  • What types of equipment will need to have space where.
  • Where fume hoods and exhaust systems will need to be installed.
  • If there will be a need for customized ventilation.
  • Where deionizing systems will be most convenient to place.

These, of course, are just a few of the many structural question that will need to be made during the building process. But, not to worry, our expert contractors and engineers are here to help you conceptualize what your facility will actually need, draft up the realistic versions of those needs, and create a comprehensive blueprint of what the dimensions and properties of your new facility will be. Your decision making won’t end there though.

At this point, once the construction of your facility is done, it is important that you make the final decisions on what products, equipment, and furniture you will have inside. From specific devices to break out areas for your employees and researchers to utilize, you will have to finalize everything you want your facility to have.

Once all those decision are made, we handle all the rest for you. What does that mean exactly? Well, we handle all the installation, and we mean all of it. After the “shell space” of your facility is built, our team goes to work on installing, connecting, and testing all of your lab systems, furniture, and equipment. We do this with years of professional experience under our belts and a plethora of experts who have more knowledge on these machines than many would believe.

You can count on your team to make your facility the best it can be thanks to their up to date knowledge on a very wide range of state-of-the-art lab equipment. These experts are called field craftsmen, and we send them out to you to handle even the toughest of jobs. They are trained to install, connect, and even quality control check all the equipment that you order for your facility.

Equipment including, but not limited to:

  • Specialty fixtures
  • Remote-operated sinks
  • Explosion-proof devices
  • Cabinetry
  • Custom built solid counter-tops
  • Plastic laminate
  • Fume hoods
  • Exhaust systems
  • Specialty ducts
  • Operating equipment

Our team is trained to be able to help you effectively organize the layout of your facilities furniture, counter tops, workstations, fume hoods, fans, and more, all to optimize your workspace to its fullest potential. Having this training allows our team to ensure that you have all the appropriate tools to start work as soon as we are done, making not only our job a successful one, but yours as well.
We could not be more excited to be the team that you have chosen for your lab design and build. Let us help you continue making those pesky decisions and start making some serious headway on your new facility. Call our offices and connect with one of our expert contractors, today.