Originally presented on March 29, 2022
Moving a laboratory operation from one facility to another has become common in the current real estate and business environments. These types of laboratory facility relocation projects are very complex, with many moving parts, and risks around every corner. Triumvirate is an industry leader in this space and has been supporting our customers with these complex relocations for decades across the country. We are sharing our insights, tips, and tricks for successfully relocating a laboratory facility through our Facility Relocation Webinar Series.
The series consists of 4 parts focusing on the different phases, or aspects, of a laboratory facility relocation project. Our series begins with our Senior Project Managers discussing the importance of strong project management throughout the entire relocation process. A successful project starts with having a strong project management team that will guide each phase of the project, avoiding common pitfalls and risks along the way.
View Part 1, Project Management to learn:
- The importance of project management
- How to form a project team
- Reviewing key phases of a relocation
- How to identify potential risks of these projects
- And more!
Following Part 1, we will discuss Chemical Lab Move & Disposal, Facility Decommissioning & Closure, and EHS Planning and Permitting phases of a science operation relocation project.
About the Speakers:
Ian Lanza is the National Director of Onsite Support Services, responsible for leading Triumvirate’s onsite programs. He has designed and rolled out service programs all over the country and has led numerous facility and lab relocation projects. He and his teams partner with the world's premiere biotech and pharmaceutical, healthcare, and higher education institutions to build value through sustainability, safety, and environmental programs.
is a Senior Operations Manager focusing on facility and lab relocations. He serves as a Project Manager on these large and complex projects, linking multiple Triumvirate service lines. He has over 10 years of experience working for Triumvirate in a variety of roles.