News Category: Life Sciences

  • Form, Function, and Workflow in Lab Spaces
    05.11.2022Bob Guindon

    Form, Function, and Workflow in Lab Spaces

    If ‘Form Follows Function’, then is Designing Good Workflow in Laboratory Spaces important too?  – Yes! In all that we do as space planners and designers, there is some element of organization to how we do it. In the life …

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  • Flexible vs. Standard Lab Designs
    04.06.2022Amanda Medlen

    Flexible vs. Standard Lab Designs

    Laboratory spaces of yesteryear are fading away in place of newer, more efficient flexible spaces. But what does this entail? At IDO, we’ve had the honor and privilege of working with these types of mission-critical environments for the past 30 …

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  • The Intricacy of Move Management in Life Sciences – Minimizing Downtime
    02.10.2022Gary Pino

    The Intricacy of Move Management in Life Sciences – Minimizing Downtime

    By Gary K. Pino, FMP, SFP This blog is a three (3) part account on the Intricacy of Move Management in Life Sciences – Minimizing Downtime: Part Tribute Part Inspiration Part Execution of the Plan The Tribute: To borrow an …

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  • Cleanroom Design in the Diverse Workplace
    01.26.2022Lee Boyland

    Cleanroom Design in the Diverse Workplace

    Designing clean workspaces in the health & wellness, higher education, corporate, and government-industry categories brings varying environments (and needs) to work within. From sterile labs to jail infirmaries, each has its unique finish and furniture requirements that we are passionate …

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