Ready to build a private on-site vivarium? Start with Explora’s Vivarium-in-a-Box® design and planning solutions to get it done right. With nearly two decades of custom vivarium planning experience, we understand how to design vivaria for comfortable, efficient, and scalable operations.
Don’t waste time and resources designing a vivarium yourself. When you work with Explora, we’ll streamline the design process and provide you with the vivarium plan you need to conduct efficient studies. We’ll ensure your new custom vivarium layout is designed with the efficiency you need today and the growth capabilities you’ll want tomorrow. Explora’s vivarium experience and relationships minimize the back and forth between contractors and landlords that can otherwise lead to months of delay. Once built, we layer in our OnSite services to get your new vivarium research operations up and running in as little as three weeks.
At every stage of vivarium planning, design, staffing, and securing site compliance, Explora’s experienced team saves you weeks (sometimes months) of time, helping keep you on track to hit your milestones.
We understand the design and structural efficiencies needed for consistent, long-term operations. Architects with specific experience in vivaria will design your vivarium to your specifications.
Clients of Explora’s Vivarium-in-a-Box® solution receive OnSite services. Explora BioLabs’ OnSite solutions deliver the freedom your researchers need to focus on their studies and milestones while we manage your vivarium design, and staffing, compliance, logistics, and colony planning so you’re ready to start studies upon move-in. The flexibility of this service helps mitigate the risk of study delays and downtime.
If you’re thinking of relocating, you should be considering real estate options 12 to 18 months prior to your move.
Vivaria are often the most expensive lab space for a biotech or pharma company to build. The specialized requirements for real estate locations, security, air circulation, lighting, sanitation, and power systems contribute to higher real estate and building costs. The equipment used in a research vivarium also requires significant upfront capital investment. Early-stage biotech companies often turn to outsourced vivarium rental or contract research options to reduce capital investment during early business growth phases.
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