Laboratory Design Handbook
Laboratory Design Handbook describes the process, motivation, constraints, challenges, opportunities, and specific design data related to the creation of a modern research laboratory. The information presented is based on a large pool of experience in the development of new and renovated laboratory buildings for universities, teaching hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, start-up biotechnology companies, and other types of industrial technology.
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THE PLANNING PROCESS
DESIGN OPTIONS OPPORTUNITIES
Provisions for the Disabled
Guidelines for Toxic Materials Handling
CHEMICAL FUME HOODS
Biological Safety Cabinets
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
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Laboratory Design Guide: For Clients, Architects and Their Design Team : the ...
Brian Griffin (B Arch.)
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