Archive for Category: Lab Design

04.15.2020 | Sydney Cross

Laboratory Automation: A How-To Guide

Since the late ’90s, the number of accredited training programs for laboratory technologists and technicians has seen a drastic decline, reducing the number of qualified laboratory professionals entering the field each year. With more retirements than graduations and the number of available and qualified lab technicians dwindling, laboratories across the country have been forced to

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04.08.2020 | Matthew Benson

Metallurgy Lab Design

Metals are used in virtually every type of product, from consumer goods like basic kitchen supplies or children’s toys to industrial machinery, medical equipment, electronics, and more. Before use in manufacturing, metallic elements go through a series of tests to assess and analyze their physical and chemical properties.  Since metallurgy is a multidisciplinary science, metallurgical

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04.07.2020 | Matthew Benson

Refinery Laboratory Design

Oil and gas refinery laboratories manage the testing of crude oil, gases & fuels, petrochemicals, and a variety of other petroleum industry products/materials. Due to the highly flammable nature of petroleum products, refinery labs must be designed with the utmost caution and care. Oil and gas refinery lab design can be an extremely complex and

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04.06.2020 | Matthew Benson

Agricultural and Seed Laboratory Design

Agricultural and seed laboratories measure seed characteristics for the purposes of improving best known agricultural practices. Seed labs test seeds for factors like germination viability, genetic purity, seed safety, herbicide tolerance, and more. Agricultural labs also help to prevent the accidental importation of non-native or invasive species. The vital research performed in agricultural and seed

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04.03.2020 | Matthew Benson

Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering Lab Design

Soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering involve the study and analysis of natural materials, specifically soil, manure, plant tissue, and water. Soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering labs typically perform testing for the purposes of determining soil health and fertility, water quality, soil mix quality, agricultural viability, and so forth. These facilities are often called on by

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03.23.2020 | Matthew Benson

How to Choose Furniture for a Wet Lab

Regardless of the type of lab you are designing, choosing furniture can be a make-or-break step that can dictate the future success of your facility. In wet labs, special consideration must be taken in regards to the water-resistance of all furniture, resistance to bacterial buildup, and ability to withstand regular cleanings and exposure to chemicals. 

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03.07.2020 | Matthew Benson

Laboratory Design and Planning Guide for 2020

We have aided in the designing and building of countless laboratory projects nationwide, creating safe, high-tech environments for researchers to perform groundbreaking research in the worlds of pharmaceuticals, cannabis testing, diagnostic research, pathology, forensics, and more. Our clients love the flexibility of our designs and rely on us for our years of experience and expertise.

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02.25.2020 | Matthew Benson

REBUF – A Simple Lab Design Framework

REBUF is an acronym – it stands for “Research, Budget, Facilities” – that is meant to simplify complex decisions around laboratory design. The basic idea is simple: What are the constraints of your research, what kind of budget are you dealing with, and what are the physical constraints of the space you’ll be building. Answering

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Laboratory Furniture, Fume Hoods, Design, Benches, Casework
10.16.2019 | Matthew Benson

2019 Lab Design Trends

The lab design consultants of OnePointe Solutions can help you design your ideal work space. Our variety of furniture and materials combined with our elite team of designers will help you turn your requirements into a reality. Call (866) 216-3106 to get a quote on lab design. Flexible Lab Furniture Flexible laboratory workstations and casework are increasingly

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