Five Things to Consider When Leaning Your Lab
“We’re making it work, but it’s never been exactly right.” That’s a statement we hear over and over from lab users looking to renovate their labs. It is a typical problem that labs of all types face: Business needs change over time, often more rapidly than anticipated, but the design of the lab and supporting facilities are not flexible enough to accommodate these changes. When the facility doesn’t work as needed (more tests than planned, not enough storage, too much walking between functions, etc.), employees will naturally find ways around the problem spots…workarounds about which their bosses may not even be aware.
Check out the current issue of Lab Design Newsletter to read more of “Five Things to Consider When Leaning Your Lab,” written by Hixson’s Bryon Sutherly and Paul Thamann.
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