As discussed in previous articles in this series, newly designed biotech facilities are profoundly different from the legacy facilities we are all used to seeing, including those built as recently as five years ago. Facilities following a modern rapid-deployment/delayed-capital philosophy provide one of the most striking differences: the absence of traditional utility systems. This article will discuss the trends in utility system design, the rationale behind them, and a concept for the future.
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