Research Laboratory Classifications: A Design Requirement Guide

Research Laboratory Classifications: A Design Requirement Guide

When your client asks you how he or she should classify the new labortary space they are designing, how do you answer? Beyond the broad brush of wet chemistry, dry physics and electronics, or biology, is there more criteria available to identify the lab type?

Growth in the Hill Country

Growth in the Hill Country

DBR’s experience in higher education began in 1988 when the firm was tasked with the renovation design for University of Houston’s John M. O’Quinn Law Library and Moody Towers. After almost 30 years of successfully producing over 500 higher education projects within the Greater Houston and College Station area, DBR continues to expand and solidify its footprint in the thriving Texas Hill Country.

DBR Milestone: 45 Years of Distinction

DBR Milestone: 45 Years of Distinction

With a small office on Mercer Street in Houston, David W. Day began DBR Engineering Consultants, Inc. in 1972, with one employee, his wife, who worked as the company’s bookkeeper. Today, DBR employs more than 120 employees throughout seven offices and works on multi-discipline engineering projects throughout Texas. The firm earned $18 million in revenue in 2016, appearing on Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 and San Antonio Business Journal’s Fast Track rankings.