GSK ‘Beta’ Building

Manufacturing bespoke cleanroom ceiling panels and components for a prototype system

Puracore® partnered with Integrated Design and Operations Consultancy for the built environment, Bryden Wood, on a pioneering project for one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, GlaxoSmithKline.

We manufactured and supplied various components and Clean Room ceiling panels for The ‘Factory in a Box’ an idea developed by Bryden Wood and GSK.

The project involved a prototype modular clean room building being manufactured and built as a demonstration of quality and compliance. The whole facility was delivered to site in containers and boxes that contained every component in order for easy construction.

Puracore® manufactured pre-engineered components and high specification lightweight clean room ceiling panels for the project. Puracore® exceeded normal requirements, manufacturing bespoke components which were then colour coded to allow for an easy-to-follow construction system.

Our clean room ceiling panels were then manufactured bespoke to project requirements to fit the structural steel frame that was pre-engineered and included electrical and plumbing works. Further to this we added QR codes to each panel so that they could be scanned and installed on site for simple construction.

The project resulted in a showcase prototype for GSK that demonstrates the standard, compliance and ease of construction of ‘Factory In A Box’. After completing this first build of the prototype it allowed an accurate cost and time required to build these facilities.

During the project Puracore® went beyond the remit of manufacture to provide bespoke solutions for GSK and Brydenwood. This involved manufacturing bespoke ceiling panels, attaching QR codes to the corresponding panels for installation, colour coding components and specialist packing

To find out more about Puracore® and complete cleanroom system solutions for your next project please contact us using the Enquiry Form, email or call 0117 316 7025.