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Meet Ray


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Raymond Doyle PE, LEED AP

Managing Director, Science &  Technology

Managing Principal

Raymond Doyle joined WB Engineers+Consultants in 2012. He is Managing Principal and the firm’s National Science and Technology Practice Leader. He advises on all science and technology design projects and manages the firm’s corporate science and technology accounts.

Ray was one of the contributors to The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Design Requirements Manual (DRM) which established policy, design requirements and standards for life science design projects. He shared data from research and tests as well as from numerous years of specialized experience and lessons learned, which were incorporate into this technical resource.

His experience includes engineering and consulting support to two of the largest manufacturers of the COVID vaccine. He has also led the design of more the 1,000,000 sq. ft. of FDA lab spaces.

Ray earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland. He is a licensed professional engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional. He is a previous recipient of an ASHRAE Technology Award.


Over the years, Ray has shared his expertise at numerous national and regional conferences about life sciences subjects, including AIA, ISPE, and I2SL.


Below is a link to two of our on-demand webinar recordings that feature Ray as a speaker.

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Think Positive: Designing Battery Manufacturing Facilities Safely

The government has incentivized battery manufacturers to provide cleaner sources of energy, leading to a high demand for battery manufacturing facilities. We discuss the challenges of designing an environment safe for battery manufacturing. 

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Repositioning Your Building to a Lab

Learn from Ray about the importance of pre-planning a building to optimize the investment and some of the main differences between spec labs and spec offices or warehouse buildings. 


Welcome to our science and technology video series, where our goal is to give you an informative overview of each topic presented. Watch each video as we release them below. 

➔  Episode One: Biology Labs

Ray explains the differences in biology lab levels, where the standards came from and what you need to know about the equipment in biology labs.

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