Research organisations need to consider their research capacities as they grow and the demand increases. One of the critical investment area is expanding the laboratories facilities.
The term brownfield vs greenfield may be often heard during the initial strategy meetings and discussions.
But what exactly are greenfield and brownfield laboratories? Which is the best option?
In this blog, let’s explore the advantages and disadvantages to greenfield and brownfield sites.
|GREENFIELD PROJECT||BROWNFIELD PROJECT|
|What are they?||Greenfield lab projects start afresh. Typically, the lab is built ground up on vacant sites or land.||Brownfield lab projects are built on some existing infrastructure. Typically, the site is partially developed and has some infrastructure to build on. In certain cases, brownfield projects might involve only modifications to existing structure and new fitouts.|
There are both advantages and disadvantages to greenfield and brownfield laboratories. Whether your project is a brand-new multi-story research center, or the remodel of an existing lab, Kewaunee provides the full range of services from design and engineering, through the final installation and start-up.
Talk to our experts with knowledge of turnkey laboratory services and compliances before you start your next lab project.
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