APPENDIX C
Committee Meetings

First Meeting, February 10–11, 1998

Presentations

Introduction of committee members and staff

Introduction to the National Research Council (NRC)

NRC expectations of its study committees

Discussion of Balance and Composition of the Committee

Discussion of Individual Bias and Conflict

Study Planning

  • Scope of study

  • Objectives of study

  • Study approach Role of the staff

Discussion of laboratory planning and construction considerations

  • Role of the user

  • Role of the architect

Continuation of planning and construction considerations

  • Regulatory considerations

  • Stakeholder considerations

Identification of major issues in laboratory design/construction/renovation

Presentation and discussion of related studies

Rassa Davoodpour, National Institutes of Health

Jeanne L. Narum, Project Kaleidoscope



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Laboratory Design, Construction, and Renovation: Participants, Process, and Product APPENDIX C Committee Meetings First Meeting, February 10–11, 1998 Presentations Introduction of committee members and staff Introduction to the National Research Council (NRC) NRC expectations of its study committees Discussion of Balance and Composition of the Committee Discussion of Individual Bias and Conflict Study Planning Scope of study Objectives of study Study approach Role of the staff Discussion of laboratory planning and construction considerations Role of the user Role of the architect Continuation of planning and construction considerations Regulatory considerations Stakeholder considerations Identification of major issues in laboratory design/construction/renovation Presentation and discussion of related studies Rassa Davoodpour, National Institutes of Health Jeanne L. Narum, Project Kaleidoscope

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Laboratory Design, Construction, and Renovation: Participants, Process, and Product Second Meeting, April 13–15, 1998 Presentations An Architect's View of the Laboratory Design Process Todd S. Phillips, American Institute of Architects Leo A. Phelan, Veterans Administration An Administrator's View of Laboratory Design Robert E. Burnett, University of Virginia Presentation by the Princeton University Project Team Allen Sinisgalli, associate provost; Gary H. Ireland, scientific construction; George J. Barker, building manager; Martin F. Semmelhack, scientist; Robert Schaeffner, architect (Payette Associates); Keith W. Stanisee, project management (Barr & Barr) Presentation by Users—I David J. Goldsmith, Emory University Stephen L. Brenner, DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Company Steven W. Baldwin, Duke University Presentation by Users—II K. Peter Walter, University of California at San Francisco Presentation by Users—III Malcolm F. Nichol, University of California at Los Angeles Frederick D. Lewis, Northwestern University M. Tom Thomas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Leonard D. Spicer, Duke University Presentation by Design Professionals—I P. Richard Rittelmann, Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates David Harris, National Institute of Building Sciences Presentation by Design Professionals—II Victor Cardona, Smith Group Michael Somin, Earl Walls Associates Presentation by Regulatory and Code Agencies Eric R. Rosenbaum, Hughes Associates, Inc. James Pecht, U.S. Access Board Patricia Weggel-Laane, Environmental Protection Agency

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Laboratory Design, Construction, and Renovation: Participants, Process, and Product Third Meeting, June 16–17, 1998 Presentations Review 19911 Workshop: Scope and Study Plan Review of earlier meetings 1st meeting 2nd meeting Review of outline Comparison with scope Adequacy Substantive discussion of report Introduction Discussion of participants Discussion of Environmental Health and Safety issues Discussion of sociology Discussion of costs Discussion of design alternatives Discussion of strategy Discussion of community relations Discussion of resources Summary of report contents Discussion of writing assignments Fourth Meeting, August 31, 1998 – September 1, 1998 Committee Deliberations Fifth Meeting, November 4–6, 1998 Committee Deliberations Sixth Meeting, January 28–29, 1999 Committee Deliberations 1   Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology Workshop on Design, Construction, and Renovation of Laboratories, June 28–29, 1991, Washington, D.C.