Cleanroom Design and Build Projects – July 2022

In July, we’re proud to be playing our part in the supply chain of so many vital products and services.

This July we’ve been appointed by a contractor to build a new 20m² ISO 6 cleanroom within a university research and development facility in an East Midlands city centre. This facility will be a specialist advanced engineering hub to facilitate collaboration between local businesses and research experts at the university, driving innovation in the region. 

Universities have an important role in innovation and contributing to fundamental research. We’re also working with a Scottish university delivering a cleanroom within their physics labs. The build is starting soon and our modular pre-engineered design means that its 5th-floor location will be no challenge for our experienced installation team.

Another innovative organisation we’re working with is a global life science leader who serves science by providing instruments, equipment, software, services, and consumables to empower scientists to solve complex analytical challenges. We’re building a 120m² ISO 7 cleanroom for them in Wales.

Elsewhere this month, in the Nordic states we’re busy building a 120m² ISO 7 cleanroom facility for a multinational conglomerate that is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced analytical, test, and measurement instrumentation.

It’s been a busy month in the Nordic states, as we’re also extending a cleanroom for a supplier for the subsea oil and gas market. We’ve previously worked at multiple sites for this global company, across several international locations, and we’re always happy when they come to us for an extension as this means growth for them!

In Lithuania, we’re building a huge 270m² ISO 8 cleanroom for a pharmaceutical company that specializes in providing the highest quality specialty medications worldwide. This new facility will be used for manufacturing the pen cartridge for prefilled injectables and will be helping patients worldwide, especially in emerging countries.

Last month, we talked about a UK cleanroom we’ve built for space engineering. This month, we’re continuing to support the space sector by delivering a 23m² cleanroom in the Netherlands to house a CMM measuring machine for a radio astronomy application. If you’re in the space sector be sure to come and visit us at Space-Comm in September.

It’s been another exciting month at Connect 2 Cleanrooms. Do you have a project you’d like to speak to us about?