2016 Laboratory of the Year Award Winners
Laboratory of the Year: University ofIllinois Urbana-Champaign Electrical and Computer Engineering Building. Urbana, Ill. Submitted by SmithGroupJJR.
Renovated Laboratory of the Year: Cornell University, Kimball Hall Renovation. Ithaca, N.Y. Submitted by Payette.
Special Recognition for Design: Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Building for Personalized Cancer Care – MD Anderson. Houston, Texas. Submitted by HDR Architecture.
Raleigh-Bound for 2017
The Laboratory Design Conference will be moving to Raleigh NC for 2017. Raleigh, home to Research Triangle Park as well as the University of North Carolina, Duke University, and North Carolina State University. More details to follow in the coming weeks!
Why Exhibit at Lab Design Conference
The Lab Design Conference connects you with a market-leading audience of R&D/laboratory professionals involved in the design, construction, engineering, and operation of laboratory facilities.
Don't miss your opportunity to showcase your company's equipment, products, and services to architects, lab planners, engineers, consultants, builders, and high-level lab users (research directors, facilities directors, scientists at R&D companies) from U.S. and international labs.
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Conference Program Recap
Brantley Hightower, AIA, LEED AP, HiWorks, kicked off the Laboratory Design Conference with his keynote presentation, The Science and Art of Architecture. His presentation described the ways in which the built environment has influenced and supported scientific endeavors of the past as well as how it can support scientific advancements in the future.
Mark Paskanik, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Architect & Laboratory Planner, CRB, opened day two of the conference with his keynote Dashboard Your Project for Success presentation.The dashboard provides a dynamic response to “what-if” scenarios by the decision-makers quickly so that a more in-depth focused direction can be quickly pursued.
Lab Design Attendees Earn Credits
Qualified attendees received credits through the American Institute of Architects as well as the Green Building Certification Institute, and are also offered as general CEUs for non-AIA/GBCI members.