Are utilities part of your Laboratory design?

This depends on your needs and those of the client. Utilities like gas, water, power supply, data and HVAC can be part of your laboratory design. In most cases, these matters are best handled as an integral part of the design.

What does it depend on?

Type of laboratory:

Depending on the type of laboratory, there may be different requirements for things like utilities and climate/environment. This may even vary within the different areas of a laboratory.

Safety:

Furthermore, it may be an important component in relation to safety. With this in mind, legislation and regulations often play a role. In many cases, it is more complicated than standard rooms in a building. Therefore, those spaces must be considered carefully.

How can we help you?

Let us get acquainted and talk about your challenges, looking for the best possible solution for you and your company!

We can help you with consultancy, project management and turn-key laboratory projects.

Labs31 Team

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