AECOM designs, builds, finances and operates infrastructure assets for governments, businesses and organisations in more than 150 countries. As a fully integrated firm, we connect knowledge and experience across a global network of experts to help our clients solve their most complex challenges.
We are regarded as a leader in designing and delivering a wide range of international award-winning complex scientific laboratories worldwide. Our specialist teams advise science park developers, owners and operators across the UK, providing solutions that support the flexibility and adaptability of these highly specialized facilities in an ever-changing scientific environment.
Our clients span the public and private sectors and we collaborate closely to deliver university teaching laboratories, private and university joint venture research and development campuses, pharmaceutical, charitable and government research facilities and commercial science park projects.
We work across the lifecycle of their buildings and estate from business case support and pre-construction advice, masterplanning and consulting on the successful delivery of new and refurbished laboratory projects through to improving the environmental and scientific performance of existing laboratories.
Some clients choose to appoint us for a specialist single service expertise; others recognise the value we bring to their projects through our full service offering that we provide through a fully integrated single business approach.
At all times our work is characterised by a relentless focus on reducing risk, providing innovation, improving value and assuring outcomes.
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