June 2011 Issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter

June 2011 Issue of Laboratory Design NewsletterIn this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter readers can find in-depth profiles of the 2011 Laboratory of the Year winners. The issue also features up-to-date news notes, the latest laboratory product news, and innovative new laboratory projects.

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2011 Laboratory of the Year Winners:
Sweeping Saudi project is forward-thinking, exemplary
Renovated Lab of the Year transforms nondescript facility
Platinum lab emphasizes practical food and beverage science
Biomedical facility shows best of modern lab design

New Projects:
Texas A&M University-Galveston, Ocean and Coastal Studies Building
University of New Mexico, Science & Mathematics Learning Center, Albuquerque
City of Phoenix, Ariz., Health Sciences Education Building
York University, Life Sciences Building, Toronto, Ontario
University of Houston, Health and Biomedical Science Center
University of Miami, Laboratory Building
University of Minnesota-Duluth, Jame I. Swenson Civil Engineering Building
Oak Ridge (Tenn.) National Laboratory Maximum Energy Efficiency Research Lab

Featured News:
Feds take closer look at green strategies
LEED debuts healthcare rating system
California labs honored
Disaster resilience subject of NIST study
NIST mulls framework for sustainability decision
NREL building receives award
Research tackles architecture, productivity interface
Bright retro-commissioning future predicted
AIA Wisconsin honors labs
Initiative pushes reduction of CO2 in material
AIA Billings Index stalled
Green roofs on the rise

Featured Products:
Whole building lighting controls
Air shower suits clean environments
Ductless hoods protect operators
Fixture is suited for critical environments
Stainless steel casework is easy to maintain