Phytronix at the Annual SLCAN Conference 2017

On December 4th and 5th, Phytronix assisted to the Annual Sustainable Labs Canada Conference in Montreal, Quebec. This event’s mission is to bring together various players of the public and private sectors and share knowledge, new technologies and expertise in building sustainable laboratories in Canadian communities.

SLCAN 2017

Talks were given on a multitude of topics such as building codes and regulations for laboratories, the challenges faced by facility management and building LEED-certified scientific pavilions on older campuses. A donation was even given by SLCAN in the name of all the presenters to Share the Warmth, a local charity organization.

Phytronix, among many other functions, works as a consultant in laboratory design. Working hand in hand with architects and engineers, Phytronix translates the needs of the end-users, typically scientists. Thanks to its highly-qualified personnel having an expertise of over 20 years on-hand, the company has successfully conducted multiple lab design projects from the very first steps of conception to installation and delivery.

It was therefore an enriching experience to have been part of the SLCAN Annual Conference where conversations were driven by passionate individuals.

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