ISO 7 Cleanroom For Medical Device Manufacture, Leeds

Medical Device Supplier

Background

CREST were invited to undertake a new ISO 7 cleanroom project for a medical device developer and manufacturer in Leeds, where cleanroom assembly forms a part of their ISO 13485 operational guidelines.

Process

The project included a semi-flush cleanroom to meet the client’s ISO 7 standards, where the design encompassed an air lock changing area adhering to an ISO 8 specification and interlocking doors as per the operational workflow of the facility.

Working closely with their nominated contractor, our team put together initial budget costs, which were then confirmed with a full site survey. This visit was crucial as it allowed CREST’s contracts manager to assess the room layout, spatial restrictions and key access points for the cleanroom build.

Project Delivery

As part of the build, the team were also able to successfully integrate a bespoke design element, so that the envelope concealed the HVAC equipment located on the ceiling, an aesthetically-pleasing addition to the finish of the cleanroom.

Based on a busy industrial estate, an out-of-hours materials delivery schedule was put in place to manage loads coming into the area and ensure minimal disruption to neighbouring businesses and ultimately, the full scheme of works.

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Paul Towse, CREST Project Manager
LocationLeeds
Building UseMedical Device Manufacturing
Panel CoreQuadcore
Panel SupplierKingspan
Panel Thickness80mm; 100mm
Panel Requirements131m²
ServicesDedicated Medical Industry Expertise
Cleanroom Design & Build
Flexible Build Programmes to Suit