Christopher Small is the market leader for Clark Nexsen's Science + Technology practice that has designed more than 3.5 million square feet of research and development space since 2010. He excels at communicating with client teams to move projects forward. His expertise is focused on project management, client management and business development. Chris has served as a leader on multiple research and development greenhouse projects throughout the United States. Additional project experience includes research and biomedical laboratories pharmaceutical, higher education, agricultural technology, industrial, warehousing and manufacturing facilities. Chris presented “Glass Labs: Shedding Light on Research and Development Greenhouses” at the 2017 Laboratory Design Conference.
He is an active member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) in both the Carolina South Atlantic and Chesapeake Bay chapters. He is currently the Chair of the 2018 ISPE CaSA Technology Conference and serves on the Communications Committee of the Association of Education and Research Greenhouse Curators (AERGC). Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from North Carolina State University. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing ice hockey.