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Poster Session

For the second year in a row, some of the world's most innovative architects and engineers showcased their sustainable laboratory designs at the Labs21 Poster Session. Groundbreaking design plans, benchmarking analyses, and case studies were all on display for attendees to explore. The winning designs from the Labs21 Student Design Competition were also on display.

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Be sure to view the complete conference agenda to find additional conference activities and sessions.

Labs21 2004 Poster Session

Presenters will be available throughout the conference to answer questions.

Laboratory Atria Design Strategies for Daylighting and Natural Ventilation
Syed Faruq Ahmed, PE, and Jayesh X. Hariyani, Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates

Creating a Sustainable New Academic Science Center
Greg Blackburn, AIA, Anshen+Allen

U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories Buy Bio for Energy Security
Sandra Cannon, Office of the Biomass Program, US Department of Energy

Infill Laboratory Development: Balancing Vibration, Noise and Air Quality Issues during Construction and Operation
Darron Chin-Quee, John Alberico, and Erik Andersen, Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin Inc.

The Green Evolution: One Firm’s Sustainable Laboratory Design Journey
Caroline Spigelski
, Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc.

The Design Impact of Lighting
T. Morgan Gabler, Newcomb & Boyd

Task-Specific Ventilated Robotic Enclosures for Product and Worker Protection in High-Throughput Laboratories
D.B. Walters, Ph.D., CSP, KCP, Inc.

Balance Enclosures Address Unique Requirements for Accurate Weighing of Hazardous Powders
Mary Landis, Labconco Corporation

Context Interface: New Science Buildings for Academic Campuses
Roger Spears, AIA, O’Brien/Atkins Associates

The Klaus Advanced Computing Building: A Case Study in Flexible, Sustainable design for Computer Science Research and Teaching
Gary McNay, Perkins & Will

The City of Philadelphia Forensic Science Center: Planning/Design
Challenges & Lessons Learned

Ken Mohr, Health, Education + Research Associates, Inc.
Randolph R. Croxton, Croxton Collaborative Architects, P.C.

Washington University Earth & Planetary Sciences: Sustainable High-Tech Labs in an Historic Campus Setting
Erik Mollo-Christensen, AIA, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, Inc.
Rich Janis, PE, William, Tao & Associates

HVAC Cooling Condensate Recovery Applications
Theodore Mowinski, Newcomb & Boyd

Sustainable Design Features of the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Forensic Laboratory and Coroner’s Office
Bill Odell, Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK)

The Renovation of MIT Dreyfus Laboratories: Designing a Transformation
Roger Goldstein, FAIA, Goody Clancy

Sustainable Design at the US EPA’s Kansas City Science and Technology Center
Justin Spenillo, US Environmental Protection Agency

Addressing Change Quickly: Reinforcing Sustainable Ideas
Daniel Watch, AIA, Perkins & Will

Sustainability in Design: Life Sciences & Technology Building, University of California, Santa Barbara
Carey Woo, AIA, NBBJ

View the full conference agenda.

Labs21 Student Design Competition: Winning Entries

First Place: Inform[ationa]al_Backbone: Labs21 Student Design Competition
Bernhard Kutzer
, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Second Place: Green Over Gray
Etienne Boudreault-Salvageau
and Pascal Gobeil, Université Laval

Third Place: [Dissection]u[Incision]
Matthew Lemieux Blanchard
and Marie Bourdeau, McGill University

Honorable Mention: A Symbolic Relationship Between Laboratories and Classrooms
Zenin Adrian and Jin-Yi Pao, University of Toronto

Honorable Mention: Untitled
Dominic Grecki and Kevin Leslie, Lawrence Technological University

Honorable Mention: Untitled
David Minke and Jason Nelson, University of Toronto

Honorable Mention: The Quest: Science Shedding Light on Nature
Veronique Proteau and Marie-Helene Verdier, Université Laval

Honorable Mention: BioLab 21
Rabindra Ramcharan, Syracuse University


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