Life Sciences

case study:  CURE Innovation Commons

New Laboratory Engineering Design


Client List

  • Albany Molecular Research Inc.
  • Astra Zeneca
  • Baxter Bioscience
  • Biogen Idec
  • Boston Scientific
  • Covidien
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Lonza Biologics
  • Mylan Technologies
  • Novo Nordisk
  • Novartis
  • Pfizer Global R&D
  • Sanofi Pasteur
  • Shire HGT
  • Siemens Medical Solutions

Focused On The Big Picture With An Emphasis On The Details

When your business is developing medicines to improve or save lives, details matter. Choosing the correct transmitter, properly designing a piping system or thoroughly understanding a process to accurately document and verify the required sequence of operation; these are the details that allow Life Science companies to deliver safe and effective solutions to their patients.

Society and regulatory requirements expect perfection from you and the Hallam-ICS expects perfection from themselves. By listening first, we identify the owner's project requirements for the project. Being on site consistently allows us to interact and collaborate with your team and verify critical details that might otherwise go unnoticed. Working with you through qualification, our team trains your staff and provides a complete documentation package to support on-going operations.

Life Science companies have chosen to work with Hallam-ICS because our team brings a unique perspective to our work in that we operate on all areas of the V-Model, with expertise in MEP engineering, process control and plant automation, and commissioning and validation.  Our engineers are smart, easy to work with and experienced with the best practices of the industry from years of experience. This broad focus on the big picture helps each phase to be completed with the end in mind and results in a successful project for you. 

Areas of Expertise

  • Laboratory and research facilities
  • Vivarium
  • Facility systems
  • Utility systems
  • Process systems
  • Arc Flash Study and Electrical Safety
  • Batch (S88) processes 21 CFR Part 11
  • Risk based commissioning and qualification

Guide download Introduction to batch processing with S88White paper download Commissioning and V-Model

Have a technical question? Our LIFE SCIENCES SPECIALISTS have the answer.