With almost two decades of experience and expertise in efficient AHU design, we ensure your life science cleanroom is designed and built to the latest in engineering and sustainability best practice – achieving 80% less energy consumption than a typical facility.
Cleanrooms have been vital spaces for housing sterile manufacturing and research for well over 60 years.
Yet, while NASA were putting men on the moon, they were using the same approach to energy efficiency in their cleanrooms that most life science companies are still using today.
But times have changed. An increasing emphasis on sustainability is driving many life science companies to consider new means of reducing their carbon emissions, even in their most critical and complex spaces.
Of course, sterile environments must maintain critical conditions at all times to ensure compliance, so advancements in energy performance are difficult to implement without careful expertise…
Almost two decades of work in sterile manufacturing facilities have given us a unique understanding of sustainable best practices in these complex environments.
We prioritise energy performance and sustainability at the earliest phase of the project, avoiding difficult re-designs at later stages and guaranteeing that your new cleanroom facility matches your drive for decarbonisation.
As a result, our cleanrooms come equipped with our adaptive demand-based control system (ICCS®), which alongside our comprehensive knowledge of optimal HVAC design, empowers our purpose-built cleanrooms to consume up to 80% less energy than typical industry facilities.
In addition, to help deliver a premium cleanroom space at a less-than-premium price, our open book model ensures full transparency from concept to completion, guaranteeing the lowest possible cost for the design and construction of your new sterile facility.
See how we built one of the lowest-energy cleanroom spaces in the world (per m2) in our case study below!