Research and Development

Almost all science involves elements of research and development. Whether you are developing new technologies or improving existing systems, research facilities help us to do things better and understand them in more detail. As the spectrum of work in this category is wide ranging, we have listed only a selection of examples.

The types of research and development laboratories we have experience with are:

  • Computer Research Facilities

  • Chemical and Biochemical Laboratories

  • Carbohydrate Chemistry Laboratories

  • Seismic Group Facilities

  • Catalysis Materials Laboratories

  • Cytotoxic Laboratories

  • Advanced Materials – Ceramics, Composites, and Coatings Laboratories

  • Cancer Research Laboratories

  • Genomic Laboratories

  • Metrology Laboratories

  • Microfabrication Facilities

  • Transducer and Sensing Laboratories

  • Plant Development and Food Production Facilities

  • Sensory Evaluation and Product Development Facilities

To discuss your project, or for more information on any of the examples and case studies, please contact us direct.

Case Studies


Plant Research Laboratories

Plant & Food Research
Mt Albert - Auckland


Nelson Seafood Research Centre

Plant & Food Research / Port Nelson






Clinical Research Laboratory

Capital & Coast District Health Board


Coastal Ecology Laboratory

Victoria University of Wellington