When it comes to laboratory and controlled environments, the last couple of years has propelled life sciences into the future. With flexible working fuelling agile research and innovation, this exciting sector is one that many organisations are now looking to transition into.
But from finding a building that’s fit for purpose to the latest “smart lab” technology, there’s so much to consider. That’s why there’s no better time to download our latest guide ‘Designing laboratory and controlled environments fit for tomorrow’.
Can’t wait? No problem. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside…
As you might expect with a space that's so technical, there’s a lot to think about. So here’s a breakdown of just some of the things we'll cover in the guide:
The good thing is that for all the things you need to consider when planning your scientific space, there are just as many opportunities.
As countless offices sit empty due to remote working, many innovative organisations saw this as the perfect opportunity to transform these spaces into something scientific. Find out about the 10 key opportunities in lab design (and how to achieve them) in our guide. We cover:
There’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ for laboratory environments. But our guide does give you an idea of the sort of space you might need. Do your requirements meet a low, medium or high lab specification? Take a look at our handy checklist of criteria to find out.
But this is your lab today, how about tomorrow?
Life science is big business - and it’s set to grow. Check out our guide for expert predictions around the latest trends in this space. We talk about:
Take a look at some of our case studies and feel inspired by some of the most exciting and cutting-edge controlled environments in the UK and the Netherlands. And from the ins and outs of refits and relocations to making sustainable adjustments in your lab, there's so much to uncover inside.
Ready to learn more?
We go into much more detail about laboratories and controlled environments in our latest guide: ‘Designing laboratory and controlled environments fit for tomorrow’.