Designing R&D Facilities that Work: From the Inside Out

November 3, 2022 - Author: Chris Arnold - Principal, Managing Director ACS Michigan Regional Office, Matt Jorgensen - Principal, Director Facility Engineering and Site Management

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Testing is at the heart of the R&D process, which makes the test facilities used to develop and validate new products a vital component when producing innovative, effective, and safe products. When the overarching goal of R&D testing is collecting vital data for decision-making, every piece of the system must be designed, engineered, and procured to meet the needs of that test.

Starting the building design for an R&D facility by understanding the testing process and working from the “inside-out” helps to create an optimized testing environment.

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