The rapidly evolving life science, biotech, and pharmaceutical markets require organizations to constantly size their facilities appropriately. Organizations must be cautious not to lease a space too large that it becomes too costly to operate in; however, they must also make sure not to lease a space too small and risk stunting growth. In order to meet the desired facility requirements, without adding a burdensome line item, life science companies often enter into strategic leases aligned with their objectives and growth goals. Although these strategic leases help an organization further pursue their mission, it also means that laboratory relocation projects are a must.
Lab relocation can be a catalyst for company growth and innovation; however, without proper management, a lab move can truly be disastrous for your organization. These few tips will make your next lab move safe, compliant, and successful.
These tips will help you get your lab relocation project off to a great start. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us here at Triumvirate Environmental.
This blog was originally published in June 2013.