Medicus Laboratories, LLC Announces Relocation to Dallas Midtown Redevelopment Project

Medicus Laboratories, LLC announces corporate relocation to Midtown Redevelopment Project in Dallas, Texas.

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Medicus Laboratories, LLC joins Dallas' Midtown Redevelopment Project as it's newest neighbor.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 21, 2014

Medicus Laboratories, LLC, announces relocation to a 101,259 square-foot office building centered in Dallas' new Midtown neighborhood. Medicus' major laboratory, liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry and training departments will occupy nearly 25,000 square feet on the second floor of the building located just west of Preston Road.

The anticipated move is set to meet the growth demands of the company, while providing a newly remodeled facility for Medicus' employees to work cohesively under the same roof. The new prime location is expected to "...completely redefine this part of Dallas," says Dallas City Council's Linda Koop. Medicus’ updated setting will accommodate two state-of-the-art AB SCIEX Triple-Quad 5500 mass spectrometers, Thermo Fischer instrumentation and equipment, LabDAQ Laboratory Information Systems, sufficient power and gas reserves, and hospital grade air conditioning - all elements spearheaded by a Six Sigma certified, Mayo Clinic PhD.

About Medicus Laboratories:

Medicus Labs' toxicology research and analysis services empower physicians with federal and state compliant drug monitoring programs that reduce liability, adverse clinical outcomes and authoritative sanctions for physician in-office labs and other drug monitoring programs.

To learn more about Medicus Laboratories, LLC, visit http://www.medicus-labs.com.


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Design plans for the $3 billion redevelopment will include office, retail, hotel, and residential space.