Engineering Pharma & Devices

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Vapour-phase Hydrogen Peroxide Systems

Hydrogen Peroxide Vapour (HPV) or Vapour-phase Hydrogen Peroxide Systems (VHP) as it’s more commonly known, has been used for many years as a contactless method of decontaminating cleanrooms and hospitals. It has also seen use most recently in indoor …

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Serialisation Requirements in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Supply chains for pharmaceutical manufacturing and medical device production are becoming increasingly complex. Medications, from source to shelf, now involve numerous networks and cross the borders of many different countries around the globe. Serialisation requirements in the pharmaceutical industry …

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Medihotels – Can Hotels Become Hospitals in Times of Crisis?

The Covid-19 pandemic has unquestionably highlighted the pressure placed on our healthcare systems through the rapid increase in the number of patients requiring intensive care. It has clearly evidenced the lack of available hospital beds and support services that …

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Circular Project Management – The Right Management Spin

Circular Project Management sounds like it could very well reflect the real-life processes that take place during the life cycle of a new venture. Sometimes, designing and building manufacturing facilities can feel a bit like you’re on a merry-go-round.

“Round, …

Clean Room Designers

Clean Room Designers

PharmOut is a multi-disciplinary team of expert pharmaceutical architects and engineers, we are Australia’s leading pharmaceutical clean room designers, working for cosmetics manufacturers, non sterile and sterile pharmaceutical manufacturers around the world to provide Architecture and Engineering services.

Manufacturers, often …

Design and planning service for health science facilities

Pharmaceutical manufacturing facility design constraints

In pharmaceutical manufacturing facility design constraints often exists between the limitations inherent in site constraints – the building “envelope”- and the pressure of intent to ‘open’ that envelope to maximise the floor area, in turn maximising ROI. One is …

Project and construction management

Project and Construction Management

As an experienced and mostly client side pharmaceutical consultant, I’m often asked if a Project and Construction Management method is the best out of the following 3 project delivery methods,

Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) / Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM),

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Engineering Procurement Construction Management

As an experienced and most often as a client side pharmaceutical consultant, I’m often asked if an Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) is the best out of the following 3 project delivery methods,

Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) / Engineering, Procurement, …

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Cleanroom design – simple solutions to complex problems

I want an innovative cleanroom design, the use of the word “innovation” is perhaps the most overused ‘buzz’ word in the design and documentation of health sciences facilities, the intent is certainly not over-used, in the sense of the …