Clean Room Construction completes science and technology projects

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.”

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