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Forensic Facility Issues: From Design Through Construction

Thu, 03/29/2007 - 4:00am

This webinar covers the processes of decision-making through design that influence construction and occupancy of crime labs. Find out what information you need to make intelligent short- and long-term choices when building and using facilities.

Topics Include: 
• Module Planning and Design 
• Evidence Handling and Storage 
• Security and Access 
• Laboratory Safety Measures 
• Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Systems 
• Quality of Life 
• Flexibility: Micro and Macro

About the Speakers:

Ken MohrKenneth C. Mohr, Jr., a principal of Crime Lab Design, has 17 years experience and specializes in forensics laboratory planning and design. Mr. Mohr has worked extensively with forensic agencies around the nation to help them determine their needs and to plan and design laboratories that can achieve or retain ASCLD/LAB, NAME, or ISO accreditation or address the issues related to those guidelines. Mr. Mohr is an author of special guideline publications, as well as articles on programming tools and designing for science. He speaks on a variety of planning topics at conferences and workshops across the country.
Lou HartmanLou Hartman, P.E., a principal of Crime Lab Design, has nearly 25 years in the industry and is experienced in all aspects of crime lab projects development from beginning to end. Mr. Hartman has a strong technical background in a wide variety of laboratories environments and is a registered engineer in 13 states. In addition to his direct experience, he is also a member of several national committees helping to set guidelines for laboratory design and engineering. Mr. Hartman is the author of the “Laboratories” chapter for the 1995, 1999, and 2003 ASHRAE Handbooks and has contributed to various articles in Forensic Magazine. He is an active speaker at conferences and workshops across the country.

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