Since 2002, the Laboratory Design Conference has provided a dynamic educational and networking event for those involved in planning, designing, engineering, constructing and operating laboratory facilities. Meeting sessions feature recognized experts delivering unique presentations on trends in creating the most efficient, state-of-the-art facilities.
Held each spring, the conference also marks the official “reveal” of the Laboratory of the Year winners, with in-depth discussions by the winning project teams.
Tours of exemplary lab facilities, including those to which attendees would not otherwise have access, are an integral part of the overall Lab Design Conference experience.
Credits for presentations are available 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.
Scheduled simultaneously with the conference, the Laboratory Design expo allows attendees to learn about companies offering relevant products and services to the laboratory design industry. Social gatherings provide plenty of opportunity for relaxation and networking.
Founded in 1996 by the editors of R&D Magazine, Laboratory Design newsletter is a bi-monthly publication delivering the freshest must-read information for people involved in designing, engineering, constructing and operating laboratory facilities. Editorial coverage focuses on the latest news and trends, providing detailed information about exemplary buildings, reports on exciting new facilities and new products, and additional need-to-know data that has a strong positive impact on readers’ organizations. Subscribers are involved in buildings owned by government, academia, and the private sector, devoted to research; teaching; clinical, environmental and forensic analysis; and QC/QA.
The bi-weekly Laboratory Design Update e-newsletter, offers additional coverage of breaking news relevant to the readers of Laboratory Design newsletter.
Qualified attendees received credits through the American Institute of Architects, and are also offered as general CEUs for non-AIA members.