Big or small, a laboratory is built to do a job. Architects and designers create space for people and equipment to work together.
Over time technology, clutter and new demands for services and energy efficiency turn once pristine bench tops into cramped work surfaces measured in square inches.
If this has happened in your lab, it's time to reclaim your space.
Rising real estate costs, regulation, decisions to renovate or build new and a need to save energy pressure businesses to do more with less. Everywhere, workers are losing space.
Laboratory space costs five times as much as office space due to ventilation needs, particularly in hot and humid climates.
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It's expensive to replace and costly to expand, so laboratories have to make do.
But your space could be underutilized. Texas Medical Center laboratories in Houston, for example, found that most of its premium lab space was used for office and storage functions, with only 43 percent of available bench space utilized.5