09 - 10 April, 2019 | Novotel Sydney Central, Sydney, Australia

Sarah O’Callaghan

Facilities Manager
Australian National University

11:30 AM Case Study: How Australian National University Maximised Floor Space by Manifolding Their Laboratory Exhaust Systems

Building new research facilities require substantial capital investment and extensive planning, which is often why existing research facilities look out of place in today’s landscape. To reap the maximum return on new facility investments, engaging with architects in the early planning stages is crucial to map out key considerations on the design and its consequences.

In this session, learn how you can optimise your facility space with designs fit for purpose while flexible enough to adapt to future changes in research demands.

  • Acquiring the perfect space by understanding user requirements
  • Strategic budget allocation to prioritise key infrastructure characteristics
  • Developing a future-proof plan to extend building’s life cycle

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