Graebel Manages Move of a National Research Lab for Childhood Diseases

November 20, 2019

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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute is well known for its work related to pediatric diseases. When the organization moved into a new facility, Dr. Douglas C. Wallace, from the University of California-Irvine, was recruited to establish CHOP’s Center for Mitochondrial and Epigenomic Medicine at the facility. Dr. Wallace’s experience with Graebel on a previous relocation project gave him confidence that we could seamlessly transfer his lab.


Challenge:

  • Relocate an entire lab across the U.S. within a short timeframe
  • Protect sensitive, valuable equipment during the transfer
  • Maintain integrity of frozen cell specimens throughout the process

Solution:

  • Detailed inventories and plans to ensure efficient relocation
  • Specialty transportation with redundant back-up systems to preserve biological materials
  • Customized crating and packing of lab instruments

Results:

  •  Relocation of the lab’s materials and personnel accomplished on schedule
  •  All materials delivered safely

Dive into the full research lab relocation story today. Click the below link to download the detailed case study.

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