Life Science

Life Science

Safeguarding state-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities

Vibration control and technology strategies are critical in creating today’s complex laboratory environments.

Academic laboratories and research facilities utilize many types of high resolution and precision instruments and processes which require very low noise levels and controlled vibration. We accomplish this by visiting the site to identify any adverse noise and vibration in the existing environment, tracking it down and exploring alternative engineering methods for mitigation, if feasible.

In order to create the quiet, stable environments research facilities require, acoustic design must always be applied both internally and externally. We are experts in achieving the high levels of vibration control typically required in these types of facilities and have applied these solutions to both the building structure and the isolation of vibration-sensitive equipment.

Academic research facilities also have extensive audiovisual needs. Paging systems, SMART Boards, and videoconferencing equipment have become important resources both for instructors and administrators. As academic laboratories are typically smaller in class size than most university classes, they will often include a portable cart with equipment for audio or videoconferencing.

Life Science retrofit projects.
Square feet of labs & vivarium projects.
Of top leading national research universities.

Vibration Sensitivity
Technology Strategy
Feasibility Studies
Noise and Vibration Mitigation
Integrated Security Systems
Environmental Impact


Columbia University
Cornell University
Drexel University
Harvard University
Johns Hopkins University
Memorial Sloan Kettering
Mount Sinai
National Cancer Institute
National Institute of Health

New York University
NYU Langone Health
Pennsylvania State University
Princeton University
Rutgers University
University of Maryland
University of Pennsylvania
University of Virginia
Wexford Science & Technology
Yale University