3M Pharmaceuticals, Cleanroom Upgrade
Class 10,000 Manufacturing Cleanrooms, Transdermal (TDD) and Conventional (COD) Drug Delivery Areas
21,000 SF Cleanrooms, 16,000 SF TDD and COD drug delivery areas
Cleanroom manufacturing design brings facilities up to best practices
We designed new and renovated manufacturing cleanroom facilities for 3M. This project also involved upgrading raw material sampling, powder potent rooms, transdermal and conventional drug delivery areas to meet Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines.
Our team provided engineering drawings to upgrade raw material sampling and powder potent rooms to meet current GMP guidelines. Work for these facilities included room pressurization, airflow, ventilation and temperature control. We then provided MEP design drawings and process piping systems for new Class 10,000, new product manufacturing cleanrooms. The final component of the project were the mechanical upgrades for 16,000 SF transdermal and conventional drug delivery areas to meet GMP requirements. We designed new mechanical air handling, chilled water cooling, steam heating and air, and piping distribution for the renovated area.