In areas such as microelectronics, nanotechnology and 3D printing - which have become strategic due to their industrial applications and the high value they add to the final products - equipments that enable the manufacture and characterization of devices, materials and prototypes are essential. However, these activities depend on specific equipment and a complex and expensive infrastructure. The Center for Information Technology Renato Archer - CTI, a research unit of the Brazilian Science, Technology and Innovations Ministry - MCTI, has unique laboratories in Brazil, such as: Micro-nanofabrication, Electronic Packaging, Qualification of Electronic Products and Three-dimensional Technologies. CTI, under the coordination of COLAB – Coordination of Open Labs and Technological Park, is undergoing a profound reorganization in its innovation environments. The aiming is to create an environment capable of promoting scientific and technological advances and the development of innovative solutions, through sharing access to strategic laboratory facilities, via open laboratories, and by offering infrastructure and adequate space for the installation of IT-related companies, via its technological park (CTI-Tec).