• Laboratory Planning

    Designing labs that stimulate collaboration and interconnectedness.

Meet our Leaders

We understand, and anticipate, the evolving needs of research, and address them with innovative, flexible solutions.

Learn more about our Laboratory Planning leaders >

Jorge de la Cal Andrew Labov James Simeo Jennifer Swedell

In the News

We are excited to announce that the Shriner’s for Children Medical Center and the University of Arizona Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building received 2018 LA Architectural Awards from the Los Angeles Business Council.

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Take a look inside the CO-designed arena where drones battle a wall of 1,300 fans simulating any extreme weather condition imaginable.

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Contemporary research engages teams of researchers working together to solve complex problems. Today’s laboratory facilities bring different scientific disciplines under one roof to create opportunities for collaboration and cross-disciplinary discovery. Yet physical laboratory space requirements often vary greatly among the disciplines, resulting in unique challenges in laboratory planning and programming.

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The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building for the University of Arizona, Phoenix was featured by Tradeline in a project profile.

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University of Arizona’s Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building received an Honorable Mention in Architectural Design / Educational Buildings from the American Architecture Prize.

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University of Arizona’s Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building was recognized by AZRE magazine at its annual Real Estate & Development (RED) Awards. The RED Awards highlight impressive projects completed in the last year, as well as the companies and people that make each project possible.

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Each year, the American Junior Academy of Science invites the nation’s top pre-college researchers to tour a premiere university’s campus and meet with the people there who are doing cutting-edge research in scientific labs every day. This year, dozens of high-school scientists-in-training took their tours at The University of Texas at Austin, where they met researchers different from whom they might have expected.

Here, many of the pioneering researchers are only a year or two out of high school themselves.

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