Design and engineering for laboratories require discipline, detail and extensive documentation. Whether working with laboratories, vivariums or cleanrooms in educational, research, healthcare or production facilities, P2S takes great care in its system design to ensure that building systems enhance the physical environment while maximizing energy efficiency.
P2S partners with clients, associated design teams and review agencies to ensure successful integration of systems and infrastructure and the successful completion of the project. Our team has extensive experience working with architects and laboratory design consultants. We understand the resource requirements and also provide LEED™ accredited engineers when sustainable design is required for these facilities. As a member of International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL), formerly Labs for the 21st Century (Labs21), P2S is focused on applying sustainable practices while improving efficiencies in laboratory design.
We strive to work with clients to establish goals and objectives and design systems that are upgradeable, maintainable and cost-effective to reconfigure—all essential to maintaining a level of flexibility for laboratory and research facilities.
At P2S, we engineer solutions. By combining value-based design with innovative engineering, our design team will select and recommend systems and equipment only after performing thorough cost and benefit analysis taking into account real lifecycle costs. Our clients prefer this approach because it produces a number of measurable benefits including reduced construction costs and improved operating efficiency.
We understand the importance of keeping facilities operational during construction. Our plans include construction sequencing that minimizes utility outages or specifies temporary or alternate utility sources for critical loads. This way we minimize the project’s impact on on-going operations.