Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Design Services

Facility Design

Your next cleanroom is more akin to a piece of equipment than a room. Operational efficiencies, compliant flow of materials and personnel, and lifecycle considerations should dictate the selection of your cleanroom partner. AES designers have been engineering functional cleanroom facilities for over three decades, guaranteeing the performance of each and every facility. Our in-house designers work as a team with our cleanroom construction personnel to engineer a cost-effective project while maximizing performance, value, and constructability. The greatest value is realized when AES is integrated into the design team at the start of the project. Early project integration with the AES experts helps the infrastructure team decide what support and cleanroom solutions the clean space requires. Early participation by AES saves design costs, expedites schedule, and eliminates a duplication of services.

Cleanroom Design

Modular Cleanrooms, Designed for Compliance

Our in-house cleanroom design team includes architectural, mechanical, and electrical disciplines. AES designs cleanrooms for superior performance, cleanliness, and compliance. Highly motivated and results-oriented, the AES Design Team cooperatively works within your project execution strategy to deliver a high-quality facility focused on performance.

Design/Build Collaboration

AES designers work as a team with our cleanroom construction personnel to deliver a cost-effective project, while maximizing performance, value and constructability. The greatest client value is delivered when AES is brought onto the team at the inception of the project. This allows the AES professionals the key factors that impact the infrastructure design of the host building surrounding the clean space. This early design integration ultimately saves design “soft costs,” expedites schedule, and eliminates a duplication of services.

AES Utilizes Good Engineering Practices (GEP)

GEPs are a combination of standards, specifications, codes, and regulatory and industrial guidelines. GEPs are also accepted engineering and design methods intended to design, construct, operate and maintain pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other high-tech cleanroom facilities. AES not only takes regulatory compliance into account but also safety, economics, environmental protection, and operability for specific cleanroom classes. Standards and specifications are provided by recognized sources; established engineering and architectural professional organizations. Codes are provided by local, state, or federal jurisdictions and/or insurance companies (i.e. FM Global). Guidelines are issued by professional societies, industrial organizations, or regulatory agencies.