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Regeneron’s “people collider” model: Rationales for open labs/workstations, research cluster stacking, flexibility

A whole-campus, $1.8B R&D expansion/transformation of Regeneron’s Tarrytown site reflects the latest thinking on research and development facility organization and programming to accelerate discovery and production. Ben Suzuki examines rationales for the research cluster stacking and “people collider” model Regeneron has adopted, and the mix of core facilities, open labs and workstations, and heads-down spaces included in the plan. He details research/office modularity and flexibility strategies, the selective use of robotics, and a hybrid kit of parts approach to fixed/flexible infrastructure, all designed to carry discovery programs far into the future.

Occurs Location
Monday, April 8 8:40AM - 9:05AM
Pacific Ballroom
CEU Type Units
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
0.50 Units
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
0.50 Units