Largest air laboratory in the nation developed to increase capacity and reduce environmental impact
MINNEAPOLIS, August 15, 2023 – Pace® Analytical Services, the preferred provider of regulatory testing and analytical laboratory services, announced today the opening of the largest air testing and analysis lab in the United States. Located at the Pace® National Center for Testing and Innovation in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, the Air Center of Excellence (Air CoE) brings together the knowledge, skills, and experience of the company’s Air experts into a single location.
Centralizing Pace® air testing expertise enables collaborative innovation and streamlines work, delivering increased capacity and faster results, all with a lower environmental footprint. The Air CoE is supported through a localized distribution network, giving customers convenient locations for sample canister pick up and drop off.
“Pace® is committed to helping our customers stay a step ahead of their Air testing and monitoring needs. Our Air Center of Excellence has the largest supply of Air sampling canisters in the nation and gives customers quicker access to the experts they rely on,” said Greg Whitman, President of Pace® Analytical Services. “This center also allows Pace® to reduce the physical and carbon footprint of our air testing capabilities for measurable ESG improvements.”
Pace® is a portfolio company of Leonard Green & Partners and Los Angeles-based Aurora Capital Partners.
Pace® makes the world a safer, healthier place. For decades, Pace® people have been committed to advancing the science of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in our Life Sciences laboratories and supporting businesses, consulting firms, government agencies, healthcare, and more through our Analytical Services laboratories. Pace® offers local–level service backed by a national laboratory network. For customers with in–house labs, Pace® provides a range of professional services to keep their operations moving forward. Pace® people work in partnership with customers by providing the service, science, and the data they need to make critical decisions that benefit us all.