Using a Container as a Sample Room

As part of this project’s commitment to ‘Get it right first time’, they have bought in an open plan container unit and fitted it out as a sample room for a science laboratory. The project team will snag this sample room before offering it up for inspection and acceptance from the client body including the end users.

This sample room will remain in place for the duration of the project and will be available for the installation contractor, main contractor and client body to reference back to during the installation and snagging of the rooms.

Artist impression of new science lab sample rooms have many benefits including helping to improve installation techniques prior to actual work beginning, potential issues and causes of failures can be taken into consideration and mitigated against and they can help improved energy efficiency.

They process of testing and approval can improve the durability and longevity of the finished building and they can help test the way installed materials interact. A sample room can provide assurance that specified materials will function as required under a variety of conditions and they can also be useful obtaining approval from stakeholders who might find it difficult to understanding drawings and specifications and can get more understanding from actually seeing the product in a similar setting to the one it will finish up in.

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