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Keep moving forward with the Laboratory Design Conference 2011

Mon, 02/07/2011 - 11:43am

Keep moving forward with the Laboratory Design Conference 2011 

April 11-13, 2011

Doubletree Hotel at Universal Orlando

Orlando, Florida

Keep your project moving forward in challenging times... attend the 2011 Laboratory Design Conference!

Our only annual conference for 2011, featuring our exclusive Laboratory of the Year Awards

  • Make your lab a cutting-edge research or teaching environment
  • Network with key experts
  • Check out the newest products and services at our vendor expo
  • Gain AIA/CES or CEU hours at this fully accredited event

Special Guest Keynote: "The New Scientific Workplace: Organizations, Culture, Technologies," Denise Trudeau, The Clorox Co., and Mark Whiteley, Cannon Design. Scientific facilities have consistently lagged behind the dynamic changes that have occurred in the design of places for work in other economic sectors. This presentation is aimed at decision makers who wish to understand the new landscape of processes and opportunities that state-of-the-art scientific workplace design can provide.

The Laboratory Design Conference is a meeting place where experts in the field come together with high-level users and lab facility owners. Speakers from SmithGroup, Jacobs Consultancy, Leo A Daly, Cannon Design, Health, Education + Research Associates, Perkins+Will, and other top firms offer presentations on sustainability, science trends, lab costs, and other hot topics.

This convenient, info-packed event is a must for anyone involved in creating or operating a science or research facility, including:

  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Builders
  • Planners
  • Consultants
  • Owners
  • High-level research executives
  • Facilities managers

Sign up NOW to reserve your seat on a limited-access tour of labs* at the home base facilities of prestigious academic research organizations. Available only to Laboratory Design Conference registrants, these tours will visit life sciences labs at the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute at Lake Nona and the Univ. of Central Florida College of Medicine.

* Tour sites tentatively scheduled.

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