Organic and adaptable structures.
To maximize the effect of capital and funding, today’s multi-product plants must address stringent requirements for operational agility, performance and quality. In addition, research laboratories need to be adaptable, scalable and sustainable.
Our Life Sciences project managers are adept at delivering facilities that lend themselves to adaptive reuse. These are spaces, for instance, that can maintain extended throughput for long-term commercial entities — while adapting to the production needs of novel products arising out of the discovery process.
Optimizing mission-critical systems. Complying with evolving regulations.
Commissioning and validation are often viewed as end-phase activities that occur just prior to building turnover. For PIDC, it is a holistic discipline that begins in pre-design planning and continues through post-construction operation. Our cGMP and cGLP specialists also build superior pharmacovigilance and manufacturing processes into the infrastructure itself.
Areas of expertise include: