Our sister company Lab-works Architecture is a leader in the design and construction of laboratories and scientific facilities.
They have over 20 years' experience in providing specialist architectural services for scientific, research and teaching facilities, having won multiple awards for their work.
Pynenburg & Collins Architects and Lab-works Architecture work together for a complete scientific facility and building service.
NEW ZEALAND’S LABORATORY SPECIALISTS
Lab-works Architecture was formally established in 2001 to meet New Zealand’s need for specialist Scientific and Laboratory architectural services. Having achieved a strong reputation in the science, university, and health sectors they have enabled their clients to fundamentally enhance the way science, and the teaching of science, is done in New Zealand.
Lab-works Architecture's project portfolio includes some of New Zealand's foremost laboratories and research facilities, as well as facilities in Australia. The company continually benchmarks its projects against national and international best practice. This involves regularly visiting new facilities to keep abreast of the latest developments, as well as attending and presenting at laboratory design conferences both in New Zealand and internationally.
SETTING DESIGN STANDARDS
Lab-works Architecture is involved in the review and writing of New Zealand and Australian laboratory design standards. They also provide specialist advice to carry out peer reviews of laboratories at both design and as-built commissioning stages.
IMPROVING SCIENTIFIC FACILITIES
In practice, Lab-works Architecture distils complex technical issues into practical answers - on your terms and in your language - so you can make informed decisions confidently. The end result is a scientific facility tailored to your specific needs that enhances your capability, productivity and competitive advantage.
A FULL SERVICE
Lab-works Architecture provides briefing, master planning, design, documentation and project management services for commercial, research, diagnostic, analytical and teaching facilities, along with the associated support facilities.