Labs, Research

Labs, Research May 14, 2012

2012 40 Under 40: Martin Howell, LEED AP, CEM, 39

Associate, Arup, Los Angeles

By Emma Renee Dutton, Content Specialist
Labs, Research May 14, 2012

2012 40 Under 40: John P. O’Brien, PE, LEED AP BD+C, 38

Principal, Indiana Operations Manager, Heapy Engineering, Indianapolis

By Emma Renee Dutton, Content Specialist
Labs, Research May 10, 2012

Scientific method

Laboratory facilities are among the most sensitive, complex structures an engineer can be asked to consult on. Juggling issues of sustainability, environmental integrity, cost control, and others can be a scientific process in and of itself. Here, top engineers offer their advice on how to effectively handle such delicate projects and maintain the perfect chemistry.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Labs, Research December 29, 2011

Juxtaposing science, art, and technology

Mariano Rodriguez is a science planner, where he designs master plans for pharmaceutical, vaccine, and industrial companies and government institutions.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Labs, Research July 19, 2011

Test center for low-energy buildings

A user test site at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory allows researchers and manufacturers to test various energy efficient building systems and components in real-world conditions.

By BY: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Labs, Research June 29, 2011

Understanding laboratory ventilation codes

Become familiar with the project parameters and governing codes and standards to provide good HVAC design, proper airflow, and correct pressure relationships for your project and client.

By J. Patrick Banse, PE, LEED AP, Smith Seckman Reid Inc., Houston
Labs, Research January 1, 1970

Lab-planning details that matter

If a researcher is struggling to perform a particular task, making a change to the architectural details of the lab space can help improve productivity.

By Mark Paskanik, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, CRB, Raleigh, N.C.