CLEAN ROOMS

Plans and permits

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Is a combination of engineering design, fabrication, finish and operational controls (control strategy) that are required to convert a “normal” room to a “clean room”.
If you are a manufacturer of non-sterile medicinal products, you should define your own cleanroom/area standards using national and international standards. Usually manufacturers will define an airborne particulate concentration standard class such as ISO 14644-1 ISO 8 (at rest), outline gowning and a pressure cascade regime, defining a “clean corridor” design or a “dirty corridor” design.

What makes a clean room a “clean room”?
Cleanrooms and clean areas are defined in the GMP’s as having the following characteristics.
There are three things that keep a cleanroom “clean”:
1. The internal surfaces of the clean room and the equipment within them;
2. The control and quality of air through the clean room;
3. The way the clean room is operated (i.e. the number of staff).
Each of the three items above is equally important.

All our projects includes:

Civil Architecture Structure MEP
Site plan. Floor plan. Soil Report. Mechanical Plan
Utility Detail. Exterior elevation. Foundation plan. Mechanical Schedule
Site Detail. Interior elevation Foundation detail. Mechanical Detail
Storm drainage. General notes. Wall Section. Electrical Plan
SWMP. ADA. Structural frame/Roof. Lightning Plan
Structure general notes. Construction Detail. SWMD. Plumbing Plan.
Plumbing Riser.
Riser Diagram.
Plumbing Detail .