Mark Pelletier of Maugel Architects on Designing Life Sciences Facilities: Trends, Features and New Construction Versus Conversion


BOSTON—As a principal at Maugel Architects, Mark Pelletier leads the firm’s science and advanced technology group where he manages large design commissions in the Life Sciences and Medical Device arenas.

In an exclusive video interview with the Boston Real Estate Times, Mr. Pelletier talks about what do the Life Sciences companies want? How are the developers, owners and architects are responding to their needs and demands? How has rapidly changing technology changed the needs and design of office and lab facilities for Life Sciences companies? What are the challenges of repositioning existing buildings to be Lab-Ready?

To watch the full interview, please click here, or on the image below.

Mr. Pelletier joined Maugel Architects in 2015, bringing 20 years of science and commercial experience to the firm. As a principal, Mark leads the firm’s science and advanced technology group. He has particular expertise in the design of cleanrooms, bio-process manufacturing facilities, and laboratories.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Pelletier worked for accomplished firms throughout the industry where he managed large science and commercial projects for Fortune 100 clients.

Mr. Pelletier holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Wentworth Institute of Technology.