G. Michael Chippendale, Ph.D.
29 S. 9th Street, Suite 209, Columbia, Missouri 65201
SCOPE OF SERVICES
Provide presentations or classes related to the sustainable production of food, the improvement of human health and well-being, and the protection of the environment and biodiversity. Please see the communication tab for examples of classes/presentations G. M. Chippendale has given from 2004 to 2018.
Support the planning and development of research and educational facilities to provide the necessary collaborative infrastructure to facilitate scientific breakthroughs in the life sciences. Work with partners and stakeholders to address issues that relate to the planning, construction, and operation of high performance academic buildings to meet these collaborative needs, while staying within project budgets:
- Develop business plans and preliminary cost estimates
- Consider sustainable design and building practices
- Meet space needs with a right-sized building
- Increase productivity of research space
- Develop effectively designed and zoned facilities, including
- Research and teaching laboratories, support space, and offices
- Core facilities and special use facilities
- Formal and informal meeting and interaction spaces
- Public and private spaces
- Pedestrian traffic patterns inside and outside the building
- Advise on special facility needs, including
- Radioisotope use and safety.
- Biocontainment (BSL3/4) and security
- Vivaria (rodents, insects, zebra fish)
- Plant growth facilities and greenhouses
- Core facilities
- Bioinformatics and biocomputing
- Provide advice on planning and managing essential building services, including
- Sterilizers, and glassware washers
- Purified water systems,
- Maintenance and service shops.
- Instrument and equipment siting and storage
- Information technology (wired, wireless, videoconferencing facilities) for general use and for bioinformatics and biocomputing.