Cleanroom design and build specialists at Clean Room Construction have completed numerous projects across the science and technology sectors in its fiftieth year in business
Before (above) and after (below): CRC has transformed an empty industrial warehouse into a new tablet manufacturing plant for Aspar Pharmaceuticals
UK-based Clean Room Construction (CRC) has completed the detailed design for a project with a major British technology company and completed a test laboratory installation for the same company.
CRC has also concluded the stage 3 design for the new International Centre for Engineering and Physical Science at the University of Leeds as well as a multimillion-pound design and build project for Aspar Pharmaceuticals in St Albans, transforming an empty industrial warehouse into a brand new 4000 m² MHRA-compliant tablet manufacturing and packaging facility.
Work on a 1200 m² cleanroom suite for London-based gene therapy company MeiraGTx is also set to finish this summer while work starts soon on a project at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Steve Lawton, CRC’s Managing Director, said: “Demand continues to grow for our in-house expertise and experience built up over 50 years of delivering complex and critical cleanroom facilities for the science and technology sectors.”