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Roble (Ltd.)aims in planning different types of laboratories at each stage of investment process, such as:

  • feasibility study (long-term planning, grants, applications)
  • function and usability study
  • concept
  • technology study
  • technology & function study as element for the tender papers
  • project accuracy verification & validation (including existing documents) according to current norms and regulations

We also offer additional services, e.g.:

  • colour and material engineering concepts
  • equipment and scientific furniture programmes
  • corporate lab identity according to interior design
  • laboratory simulations and presentations using latest techniques


Which laboratories?

Roble (Ltd.) team has gained experience in planning the following laboratories:

  • chemical
  • microbiological
  • physical / measuring
  • radiochemical
  • animal-testing
  • industrial (chemicals, sewage systems)
  • other (both didactic and R&D)


How do we work?

Each laboratory project is different and each documentation prepared for Investor is an uncommon challenge. Every topic needs individual review with a few groups of specialists: scientific consultants, engineers, norms & regulations experts, laboratory equipment suppliers, finance & fundraising managers (EU funds, grants).

We need an efficient communication and work organization system to manage such projects. Roble (Ltd.) team experience, based on biggest Polish R&D investment in recent years enables us to create optimal stage system in laboratory planning-project management.

  1. Investor’s scientific methodology analysis and verification
  2. Guidelines preparation according to pre-project papers, key problems and alternative solutions
  3. Common branch guidelines preparation
  4. Creating feedback information about the alternative costs for Investor
  5. Two-way communication with specialists, external consultants and experts detailing the planning process
  6. Framework creation for future laboratory development (research range, equipment, installation)
  7. Concept-stage verification and validation
  8. Final evaluation of key planning factors: safety, ergonomy, esthetics, environment protection, energy savings, running costs)
  9. Final evaluation of key norm & regulations accordance: norms, cost efficiency (as well as GLP, GMP, PN / EN ISO 17025 etc.)
  10. Formal agreements and project confirmation – mostly including:
    • Laboratory rooms equipment
    • Technical area programme
    • Branch guidelines
    • Laboratory space- and material-engineering
    • Specifications for supplying and building with complex cost estimations