Just like office staff, Scientists like to have a change of scene from time to time. In some cases, the movement of a lab is not about the change of location; it’s more about the need to have a better working environment to complete work and to liaise with other scientific departments. It’s certainly better to leave it to the experts, and Laboratory Relocation from Aport Global is one of the best options you can look at. Effectively, the movement of a lab is very much the same as if you were moving an office. The main difference is that the equipment can be more expensive or more dangerous to transport.
Another factor is that you could end up losing decades of work and experimentation if you aren’t careful during the move. Like an office move, the key is in the initial planning of the move itself. This should be easy enough for someone with a scientific brain as a thorough plan needs to be put in place. Everything that is to be moved must be registered and catalogued with strict instructions to where the final destination is.
The devil, as they say, is in the detail, and small details matter. For example, say a cryogenic operation is looking to move sites. If there is any margin of error with the new freezers at the other end, say, the tray units are too big to fit into the freezer units. This could result in a catastrophic loss of data and samples, all for the sake of a few inches.