The Lab Occupier process helps ensure the physical lab and office environment is the most effective and efficient solution possible. In Life Sciences, where research and development are the main focus, it is important to have a well-designed and functional workspace that supports the needs of researchers. This includes factors such as physical safety, ergonomics, air quality and access to equipment and resources. An effective workplace strategy will improve productivity, overall staff satisfaction and improve a company’s bottom line profitability.

February 2024

The Role Of Architects In Modern Research Spaces

As research advances, lab design teams need to adapt to the evolving needs of scientific organizations.

Nov 2023

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August 2023

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August 2023

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July 2023

Traditional Workplace Is Transforming

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June 2023

The WFH Illusion Fades

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Dec 2022

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