Typically, innovation clusters have developed around a ‘triple helix’ model, an interactive ecosystem of government, academia and industry. This model is now expanding to embrace societal and environmental benefits. Educational and research institutions, hospitals, start-ups, government institutions and private investors function collectively to foster scientific advances and generate innovation.
Our team of built environment SciTech experts has explored sustainable solutions for curating spaces for science that respond to high demand, whilst meeting the facility needs of multiple occupiers. They have pushed boundaries and challenged assumptions to reveal energy-efficient, flexible laboratory designs for a range of scenarios that inspire, engage, and adapt to the rapid pace of change in science, research and technology.