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"The first and most fundamental concept of laboratory planning is the application of modular design. This approach maintains the highest level of flexibility by allowing the functional requirements of the lab to influence the form---to design from the inside out. The modular approach provides interchangeability of spaces as well as opportunities for increased efficiency."

- Steve Hackman, Lab Manager Magazine

Our Mission

STEM Solutions LLC creates labs that remain unique to the lab type, while employing the purposeful application of modular design. We implement flexible planning concepts that yield the most cost-effective and efficient solutions to meet each client's goals. Our approach to modular design is not "cookie cutter," but a customized, thoughtful approach to achieving a flexible laboratory design that meets the current and future needs of each client.

Markets Served
  • Universities and Colleges

  • K-12

  • Hospitals

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Bio-Pharm/Bio-Med

  • R&D

  • Government

Why STEM Solutions LLC?

  • Strong relationships with top suppliers

  • Act as true partner to architects, end-users, scientists and contractors throughout the entire selection and installation process

  • Experience in, and knowledge of, the latest innovations in lab technologies

  • Over 100 years of combined project management experience

  • Deliver quality, time-effective and cost-efficient solutions

  • Expertise to help solve specific business challenges with new perspectives

  • Expert planning to control costs and ensure timeless overall performance

partial list of past clients

Our Clients

  • Harvard

  • MIT

  • University of Massachusetts

  • Dana Farber


  • Brown

  • Eink

  • Quinnipiac University

  • Cubist

  • Biogen

  • Yale

  • Pfizer

  • Johnson & Wales University

  • Concord Academy, MA

  • Boston Public Schools, MA

  • Wells High School, ME

  • Tewksbury Water Treatment Plant, MA

  • Boston Children’s Hospital

  • OSRAM Sylvania

  • University of Connecticut

  • University of Southern Maine

  • University of Rhode Island

  • Environmental Protection Agency

  • East Catholic High School

  • Amgen

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