The shift in global demographics towards an older population in emerging countries is presenting new challenges for pharmaceutical companies. In the coming years, the challenge will be to meet the changing demands in these various markets while guaranteeing product quality.

Designs for pharmaceutical or cleanroom installations require additional services not normally included in the standard scope of work. This is particularly so for rooms with ISO 3 to 5 classifications.

However, the design and installation have to be correct in order to guarantee the end product. Any compromise in quality could result in unnecessary project expenditure as well as loss of integrity of product/tests.

Royal HaskoningDHV has been working on pharmaceutical projects continuously for over a decade. Our projects vary across a wide range of production and research facilities, like
  • Oral Solid Dosage production facilities
  • Liquids, creams and ointment production facilities
  • Cleanrooms for aseptic manufacture
  • Microbiological laboratories
  • Quality Controlled laboratories
  • Stability chambers

As a result of our close association with various regulatory bodies we are aware of the rapidly changing Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirements for cleanrooms. Our engineers keep up to date with current trends and in some instances are even involved in forming these trends.