Laboratory feasibility study
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Verification of planned activities – Feasibility study for the laboratory project
Laboratory feasibility study means the verification of possibility to realize a project on the basis of specific guidelines. The project study on the other hand shows general possibilities, without checking the feasibility in concrete consideration of specific conditions.
The feasibility study asks: is it possible to realize the project under given circumstances? The project study asks: how can the idea or advisement look in the implementation?
The feasibility study can be part of a laboratory project study or can follow it.
We conduct laboratory feasibility studies.
Examples for laboratory feasibility studies
- Possible technical equipment of a new laboratory (example 14)
- Technical procedure of the relocation of a laboratory (example 12)
- Cost-effectiveness of a new analysis system (example 13)
Further possibilities for a feasibility study
The laboratory feasibility study can answer questions from the following areas:
- Organisational feasibility
- Economic feasibility (investment, cost of operation, funding, economic feasibility)
- Technological feasibility
- Ressources and availability (people, know-how, spaces, conditions, material, time)
- Chronological implementation
- Legal implementation
Note: the definition of the project study and the feasibility study is imperative for our activities within laboratories and laboratory projects only and is not generally binding.