Labs21 case studies

A goal of the Labs21 program is to encourage design, construction, and operation of safe, sustainable, energy-efficient "high-performance" laboratories. In support of this goal to foster high-performance labs, Labs21 members are developing an on-going series of case study evaluations of exemplary laboratories. The following studies provide needed "real world" experience to the lab-design community.


Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center

Louis Stokes Laboratories, Building 50, NIH

Process and Environmental Technology Laboratory, SNL

U.S. EPA's National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Lab

Georgia Public Health Laboratory

Pharmacia Building Q

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