What makes a lab design project successful varies based on who is involved in managing the project. Laboratory managers would likely define success as a lab which meets all current and future required functionality. Capital project managers may say a lab design which stays within a predefined budget and timeline.
Finding an effective balance between the competing interests of laboratory management and capital project management can often be a struggle during the lab design phase.
Join the featured speakers for this insightful webinar on effective lab design where they will explore the key steps to follow to help create successful projects for all stakeholders.
Jim Schreyer, PE, PMP, LEED AP BD&C, Senior Project Manager, Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors, Hixson
In his role as Senior Project Manager at Hixson, Jim Schreyer has managed projects ranging from $2 million to $150 million in construction value for science and technology and GMP manufacturing projects located throughout North America. Jim holds a BS in architectural engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, as well as a BA in economics from Miami University of Ohio.
Paul Thamann, RA, Senior Project Architect, Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors, Hixson
A Senior Project Architect with nearly two decades of experience, Paul Thamann is responsible for leading architecture project teams within Hixson, interacting directly with clients and coordinating with outside vendors/consultants. In addition to these duties, Paul also serves as the Lead for Hixson’s Science & Technology (S&T) Strategic Business Unit. He holds both a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky.
Who Should Attend?
This event will be most relevant to:
- Capital Project Managers
- Lab Managers
- A/E Lab Designers
From food and biopharmaceutical manufacturing companies
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn how to:
- Establish the core and ancillary requirements of both the lab functions and the project success factors
- Concurrently develop the project scope and budget
- Understand the appropriate level of lab design and estimate accuracy at each design stage
Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors partners with some of the most well-recognized brands in the world on complex science + technology, workplace, and food and beverage projects. Listed among the top firms in the United States, Hixson consistently delivers insight, advocacy, and intelligent project execution through its 20 integrated in-house design and technical disciplines.