Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:10:50 -0400
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From: daniel.liberman**At_Symbol_Here**NOVARTIS.COM
Subject: Re: Lab design guidelines
Comments: To: Barbara Mowery
Guideline for Laboratory Design, by Lou DiBeridinis, et al (Wiley Interscience), might be a good resource, especially if 
renovation is in the works.

Barbara Mowery 
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09/11/2006 05:37 PM
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        Subject:        [DCHAS-L] Lab design guidelines

I know that many members are in San Francisco, but for those who do get 
a chance to read this, where can I find information on square footage 
guidelines for academic laboratory design?  What are the differences in 
recommendations for General, Organic, Upper Division, and Research 
labs?  Also, any hints on space requirements for chemical storage would 
be helpful.

Thank you.

Barbara Mowery
Laboratory Coordinator
Department of Physical Sciences
York College of PA
Country Club Road
York PA 17405


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