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Designing or Renovating Labs: How do you avoid problems?

Posted by Kris Richards on Dec 16, 2021 12:14:28 AM
Designing or Renovating Labs - Call out 
With so much at stake, how do you design and manage a lab’s initial construct, reno, and operations? Can you incorporate prevention-through-design techniques for success? Come, listen, ask, learn from our experts.
David Griffiths
COE Facilities Manager, UC Davis, College of Engineering
Cary Stoneman
Project Manager, Facilities and Research Development, Arizona State University, Fulton Schools of Engineering

Thursday February 10, 2022
3:00-4:00 PM Eastern Time

Join 15 minutes early at 2:45pm for some optional water cooler talk!
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Meet the Panelists:


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David Griffiths

COE Facilities Manager
UC Davis, College of Engineering

David Griffiths has been in the construction industry since 1990. In his 30 plus years in the industry, David has served as a general contractor, superintendent, project manager, operations manager, general manager, and now as a Facilities Manager for the UC Davis College of Engineering.  In his role, he works collaboratively with PIs, Safety Services/EHS, Design & Construction Management, and contractors to build efficient and protective labs and other spaces. 


Cary Stoneman 

Cary Stoneman

Project Manager, Research Facilities and Space Development
Arizona State University, Fulton Schools of Engineering

Eight years with Arizona State University as an ombudsman for researchers and as delegate for the six schools of engineering under the Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE) college (25,000+ engineering students). Experience totaling more than 150 ASU research laboratory and renovation projects over three campuses. Plan, develop, program, administer and manage research laboratory renovations as well as handling building facility coordination with other ASU entities (Facilities, Capital Projects, University Architects).. Active in process improvement across all aspects of Engineering College research facility renovations including: improved leadership; communication; front end planning; value engineering; mentoring staff and associates; and, team collaboration.

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Jonathan Klane

MC; Director of Risk Management and Safety Education

After many years in consulting, teaching, and directing safety and risk for two engineering colleges, Jonathan is now part of the BioRAFT team in a new role – Director of Risk management and Safety Education. This new innovative position encompasses risk management, safety culture, EHS compliance, loss control, and safety education for the entire community.