Archive for Category: Lab Design

water treament palnt design
04.23.2021 | Sydney Cross

How to Plan a Waste Water Treatment Plant Lab in 2020

In order to ensure proper and safe handling of wastewater, wastewater treatment plants and their labs require specific facility and layout considerations. At OnePointe Solutions, we provide full laboratory design and construction services for wastewater treatment plans to meet the unique requirements of each of our clients. Types of companies we design and build wastewater treatment lab

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gmp lab
12.14.2020 | Sydney Cross

What Is a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Lab?

Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is a quality assurance system and set of guidelines used by manufacturing laboratories to ensure the purity and quality of their products. In the U.S., GMP requirements are regulated and enforced by the FDA, which oversees the production and commercialization of all food and pharmaceutical products. In particular, GMP requirements are

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GLP Lab
12.11.2020 | Sydney Cross

What Are Good Laboratory Practices (GLP)?

“Bioethics is a very, very important field. As we get more and more in the arena of understanding science and getting better opportunities, the fact that you can do things with biological sciences that have an impact on a human being means you must have ethical standards.” Those were the words of a man who

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Costs of renovating a lab
12.11.2020 | Sydney Cross

The Cost of Renovating a Lab

Whether you plan on converting an existing lab space to fit your purposes or you simply want to renovate your lab to make it more ergonomic and functional, you will have some important decisions to make. Making these considerations well ahead of time will save you money and ensure that you get the most out

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How To Design a Food Microbiology Lab
12.11.2020 | Sydney Cross

How To Design a Food Microbiology Lab

Food microbiology labs study microorganisms that exist within food and cause it either to spoil, become diseased, grow, or ferment over time. Studying these microorganisms is a delicate process that requires particular environmental circumstances and stringent cleanliness to produce accurate results. As such, food microbiology labs are more difficult to design than your average chemistry

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difference between GMP and GLP labs
12.04.2020 | Sydney Cross

The Difference Between GLP and GMP Lab Regulations

When it comes to pharmaceutical laboratory testing, there is an abundance of regulations and just as many accompanying acronyms. In this article, we will cover the difference between good laboratory practices (GLP) and good manufacturing practices (GMP). Though they sound similar and may be interchangeable in some cases, they have meaningful nuances that you should

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Optimal Lab Design
11.20.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Design an Optimal Laboratory Layout

Labs around the world come in all shapes, sizes, and layouts, but while many design elements are entirely up to personal preference, there are some considerations all good planners make when creating an optimized laboratory design. Labs provide the high-tech environment in which educators and researchers uncover incredible discoveries, develop life-altering medicines, and educate the

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11.06.2020 | Sydney Cross

Building an Academic School Lab: K-12 & Higher Education

Giving young people a safe environment in which to explore the sciences is the key to educating future doctors, techs, analysts, researchers, and scientists who will lead us into the future of scientific discovery. Students at every level can begin to learn the fundamental building blocks that can help them create a career in the

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11.06.2020 | Sydney Cross

Lab Design: An Overview

Despite the pop-culture caricature of ‘the scientist’ as being disorganized and reckless, the majority of scientific facilities are run according to strict guidelines and designed to optimize safety and efficiency. Best practices and popular methods of designing labs and research facilities of course evolve, but general truths remain intact regarding the proper approach to lab

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