Q Laboratories cuts ribbon on new $10 million laboratory facility on Cincinnati’s west side
Cincinnati Mayor John Canley and Hamilton County Commissioner Denise Driehaus were on hand on Thursday May 17th to officially cut the ribbon for Q Laboratories’ brand-new 30,000 sq.ft. laboratory building located at 1911 Radcliff Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45204.
Company COO David Goins has been with the company for over 29 years and has seen the company grow from a very small regional firm to a large organization serving companies around the world.
“We have been fortunate to have a fantastic team that has enabled us to continue to grow,” said Goins. “Opening this beautiful new building is a testament to the dedication of all of our employees and the excellence they bring to the lab each and every day.”
Goins added, “This is a proud day for all Q Laboratories employees, past and present. With any successful business, it takes talented personnel to make it work. Q Laboratories history is filled with exceptional people doing extraordinary work.”
Completion of this new facility combined with the purchase of two existing buildings on adjacent property will comprise the Q Laboratories Campus allowing for continued growth and a more efficient workspace for Q Laboratories’ 130+ employees. With this expansion the company’s total square footage grows from 25,000 to 55,000 square feet, with plans in place to expand again in 3-5 years.
Founded in 1966, Q Laboratories provides microbiology, analytical chemistry, and research & development laboratory services to companies in the food, pet food, and dietary supplement industries. The lab offers a wide range of quality control services for manufacturers and distributors, including pathogen detection, allergen screening, shelf-life determination and nutritional analysis. For more information, visit www.qlaboratories.com.