Pharmaceutical Facility Design

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United Buildings – are they a solution in times of Crisis?

(Human) needs unquestionably shape the built environment – meaning that buildings are designed and constructed to meet people’s fundamental needs. What if these needs change suddenly for some completely unexpected reasons – such as a pandemic outbreak endangering the …

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What are the egress requirements of a manufacturing facility?

As a multidisciplinary Architectural & Engineering team, we get asked a lot of questions relating to the application of the National Construction Code (NCC) through the design phase of (pharmaceutical) facilities in Australia. A common question relates to the …

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Large Isolated Building, Fire Loads and Fire Compartments

In general, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities (usually of Class 7 and 8) tend to occupy large areas and volumes (large isolated buildings), due to the nature of the operations (such as tall process equipment availability, high capacity storage, etc.). In …

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Building Classification – Pharmaceutical Facility Design

What class of building is my facility?
As architects and engineers, we get asked a lot of questions about pharmaceutical facility design. A common question relates to building classification – this is a critical initial step as it has a …

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Latest Pharmaceutical Industry NEWS from PharmOut’s Experts and GMP Consultants
This page contains brief overviews of PharmOut’s top 10 blogs in the medicinal cannabis cultivation and exportation sector, pharmaceutical manufacturing, quality management/risk management (QRM), bio-medicines, manufacturing sciences/pharmaceutical engineering, veterinary medicine …