Thanks to the success of our first off-site construction project during the last quarter, Stancold CREST are pleased to confirm a second contract with our long-standing client and specialist in the field. This building method incorporates a unique combination of traditional and modular construction practices to achieve an efficient project delivery and reduced costs.
Following a similar build process to our previous contract, this work will see our exclusive cleanroom team complete the internal fit-out of 14 individual modules off-site, before they are transported to the end user in Darlington and connected in a facility spanning over two floors.
Our unrivalled technical strengths and cleanroom system expertise allowed the team to put forward a specification that would meet the required EU GMP Grade C & D conditions, while also taking the intricacies and logistics of the project into consideration. This is where Puracore’s high-end cleanroom system was the best fit, complete with flush doors, flush vision panels and a PET finish, due to the use of vapourised hydrogen peroxide (VHP) cleaning regime.
With another fast turnaround required, the team have been working tirelessly to ensure that the design and material lead in are co-ordinated as per our client’s build programme. A final visit to the facility in Darlington will be required by our team to finalise details and quality-check.
As the industry moves closer to utilising modern methods of construction (MMC) and off-site, Stancold’s Clean Room Envelope Specialist Team remain committed to providing our clients with invaluable technical, specification and installation expertise for architectural cleanroom envelopes.