What We Do
We build laboratories.
Beryl’s team is perfectly suited to the African & Middle Eastern Laboratory market. We are a diverse group with a mix of local and global origins. One of our key strengths is our ability to implement international benchmark solutions across Africa, these standards are often difficult to attain. Our passion for delivering the best laboratory solution starts with specification. Helping our clients choose the correct laboratory furniture and equipment is an important part of our work. Assisting architects, quantity surveyors and construction firms in designing or fulfilling a specification is led by our sales team who are well supported by our local and global technical team. Laboratory Design is essential to optimising a laboratory. Designing a productive lab takes into account multiple variables that are exponentially complex depending on the labs purpose. Our experienced team of designers are passionate about developing laboratory solutions that make business sense. Creating environments that are visually appealing and also are effective work spaces is what we do. This process is client focused and our team works closely with procurement, your lab technicians, architects and construction team to develop the best laboratory for your budget and requirements. Our lab installation team then takes over. Laboratory installations require precision and an ability to integrate well with a large team of contractors. Managing Lab builds and construction is a challenge our team relishes. Our experience across a wide variety of lab installations helps us build the best labs for the most demanding applications. Our contractors and suppliers across Africa are tested, reliable and able to work to our rigid requirements. We build laboratories to last.
At Beryl Laboratory Solutions we are proud to work at the cutting edge of technology and innovation. Our team consists of internationally experienced designers and technical experts. Combining this experience with local project management and best-of-breed contractors is what makes Beryl the African leader in laboratory design and installation. With a Pan-African footprint, Beryl delivers word class lab solutions anywhere in Africa.
Beryl Labs Africa – Our Story
Much of our world’s industrial, medical and commercial progress starts in a laboratory. At Beryl we see ourselves as part of this process of innovation. We provide the world’s best laboratory technology, combined with world class design and installation capacity, resulting in lab spaces that allow you to do what you do, better. Beryl Laboratory Solutions was founded in 2008. The South African branch opened in 2013. Based in Johannesburg, Beryl South Africa’s mission is to provide the world’s best laboratory solutions to Africa and to the Middle East.
Beryl and its suppliers are accredited by SEFA and have ISO 9001:2008 certification. Beryl’s rigid adherence to laboratory safety regulations and the renowned quality of its design and installation has seen it grow into an international business. Beryl has built labs for global giants such as BASF, Coca Cola, Nestle, Monsanto and SAB Miller. Now the same expertise and high quality components are available in Africa. In a short space of time Beryl South Africa, has provided lab solutions for Plascon, Wits University, Eskom, CSIR amongst others. Having worked with industry leading clients in Africa, Beryl is the scientific choice for laboratory construction, design and refurbishment. Beryl uses the best laboratory furniture and equipment to build their client’s labs. Their close relationship with manufacturers has given Beryl the exclusive licence for Bicasa Laboratory furniture and equipment throughout Africa.
South Africa Office
73 Juta Street
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