Bouygues Energies & Services has been selected by Valneva for the turnkey design and build of their manufacturing facility
Bouygues Energies & Services, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, has been selected by Valneva, a speciality vaccine company, for the turnkey design and build of their manufacturing facility, located in Livingston, Scotland.
The manufacturing facility is formed of:
Bouygues, as the main design and build partner, will be responsible for the industrial park development, as a turnkey design and build solution.
The facility will be designed to EU GMP Grade A to D cleanroom standards
This project started with a site master planning and detailed design now progressing to engineering, build, commissioning and validation of the new facilities which will be delivered on a phased basis. The master planning of the industrial park has started in July 2020, and the production of vaccines will commence in the first half of 2021.
Managing Director and CEO of Bouygues, Steven Weir, said: "We have an excellent track record working with Valneva and are extremely proud to continue with them on this landmark project. We hope that in doing so we can play our small part in the production of this very important vaccine."
Bouygues is committed to supporting Valneva to scale up its manufacturing capacity to be able to produce required doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The facility will also ensure the readiness for future vaccine development and manufacturing.
David Lawrence, Acting CFO of Valneva added: "Our partnership with the UK Government will ensure that our Livingston facility is well prepared to deliver a COVID-19 vaccine during 2021 and beyond. Bouygues Energies & Services is a tried and tested partner, we're working closely with them to ensure that the project is delivered as quickly as possible."
With 50 years of experience in controlled critical environments, Bouygues Energies & Services offers a high-level of expertise delivering state-of-art cleanroom, laboratory and manufacturing facilities.