Abbie Gregg joins a distinct group of professionals on the SEFA Advisory Board. Each board member has demonstrated a commitment to promoting safe laboratory-based projects for their respective organization.
What is SEFA?
SEFA, founded in 1988, supports lab designers and manufacturers of laboratory furniture by focusing on how to plan safe projects.
SEFA members work closely with laboratory owners, architects, contractors, and other stakeholders to advance the goal of creating a safe “Laboratory Grade” environment.
The Advisory Board is responsible for advising on cost-effective solutions for member organizations to support construction and delivery, lab space use, safety, productivity, and environmental issues.
The Importance of This SEFA Nomination
We appreciate that Abbie Gregg continues to be viewed as an industry thought leader, an expert in her field, and a respected voice supporting the safe delivery of lab-based projects.
For more than 30 years, Abbie Gregg has personally led more than 850 global projects, including architectural engineering and design for cleanrooms, advanced laboratories, and manufacturing facilities.
“This is an important nomination for Abbie Gregg to lend her expertise in a valuable way,” says Tim Glasson, president of AM Technical Construction. “We have respected her leadership and expertise in lab-based projects for many years. Now, an entire industry stands to benefit from her new SEFA Advisory Board role to support member companies across the globe.”