Lab space to let
The ‘Lab-to-let’ venture is based on similar successful facilities in Europe, the US and UK. It is suitable for start-ups and research projects in biotech, pharma, chemistry, medical and material sciences and more, with benefits said to include:
- Low entry cost
- Fixed-cost overheads
- State-of-the-art lab fit-out from WALDNER (Germany)
- Flexibility to suit your changing needs
The facility can offer many conventional lab owners a range of smart overhead-management options, including fixed-cost contracts; energy monitoring and reporting; and the peace of mind of externally managed facilities. The building also houses shared office areas, break-out zones and a cafe for a collaborative environment in which science thrives.
“Many in the research sector now agree that the ‘real magic’ often happens when scientists interact with each other,” said Max Englisch, the Asia-Pacific manager for WALDNER. “Our fit-out systems, applied to the Australian Lab-to-let model, will make for rewarding science spaces where teamwork thrives.”
The model is said to have been well received by the Australian lab sector. For more information, visit http://g3lab.com/lab_space_to_let.html.
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