Specific Environments has been chosen to install cleanrooms for The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre
A rendered layout of the centre from a CPI update in November 2019
Specific Environments has been chosen to install cleanrooms for The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre.
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has been in the processing of building The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre that will be a state-of-the-art facility in Scotland and part of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS). It will create a capability where highly skilled people can develop advanced technology for medicine supply chains and the team can train the workforce of the future.
The ISO Class 8 spaces are currently being built and the site will soon enter Installation Qualification
The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is a collaboration between CPI, University of Strathclyde, UKRI, Scottish Enterprise, AstraZeneca and GSK.
The design for the project includes four cleanrooms, one for each of the envisaged Grand Challenge programmes, with support activities and services. Plus an events space, providing a hub for pharmaceutical sector-focused activities.
Employees shared on LinkedIn that for this prestigious project, Tilbury Douglas has been in charge of the build, with Specific Environments installing the cleanrooms and NG Bailey servicing them.
Currently, the automatic parts washer supplied by Getinge 1st phase installation has been completed. The trims are all measured and in fabrication.
The ISO Class 8 spaces are currently being built and the site will soon enter Installation Qualification.