Lab Interior Planning & Design

Equipment and Laboratory Design

With laboratory furniture and interior planning, we know that clear communication, accuracy, and quick turnaround are important to our clients. Each member of our design team has experience (20 years minimum) and is proficient in CAD. All aspects of laboratory planning and design are handled by one person – no waiting in line for an available drafts person, nothing is “lost in translation.” Drawings and revisions can be completed in short order. Some call this approach fast track – we call it standard operating procedure.

Estimates: Accurate laboratory furniture budgeting is important. Our time tested system provides quick turnaround of accurate budgets.

Firm Price Quotations: A firm price quotation is promptly provided with the final drawing revision. This approach is efficient and helps guarantee the best possible price for the highest quality products.

Value Analysis: Every laboratory design is unique. One designer will provide an analysis outlining options, reviewing the pros and cons of each, to inform and assist in decision making. You will have a clear understanding of options to make informed decisions that balance cost, function, form and aesthetics.

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Laboratory Planner

Available at no cost to you is a personal Project Manager (PM)

A single point of contact for everything related to your project. Consider your PM part of your design team, a resource, and a partner with deep knowledge specific to the task. Your PM will produce professional CAS drawings to ensure no detail is missed.

Start planning and let us know how we can help!

Identify fume hood and sink locations – Proximity to existing drain and water service should be considered as this can drive costs up.

Define the room dimensions – are you remodeling an existing space Will walls/ doors be added or removed? Is this a new space not yet constructed? Consider proximity to service locations – i.e. gas, electrical, etc. – this will affect the budget.

Determine workspace location within the defined space divisions – Define how that workspace will be utilized. For example- “Open Bench Space,” “Equipment,” “HPLC/ GC,” etc.

Define areas best suited for:

  • Modular Laboratory Furniture – Traditional fixed Casework.
  • A Mobile Solution – for example “Mobile Instrument Cart.”
  • Tables – maximize bench space where under-counter storage is not necessary
  • Knee Spaces – “Desk Areas.”

Note Areas where wall storage, upper storage, or shelving is desired. 

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