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Business case driven consulting

ABN Cleanroom Technology is not a traditional consulting company. We strongly believe in Fitness for Purpose. The alignment of customer needs (through a thorough needs analysis) with the technological development of a cleanroom concept should allow us to deliver the right quality. Certainly not less, but not more either. From this vision, the business case of our customer will always be central in our approach. In addition to this ROI approach, we will always take into account the potentially changing laws and regulations on one hand, and maximum sustainability of the project in all its aspects on the other.

Holistic approach

From feasibility studies to Life Cycle Design and back: this is what we like to call our holistic approach or sustainanable chain approach. No element can exist on its own. No, everything is connected to everything else. All links in the chain influence each other function wise and time wise. It is our vision that only holistic design forms the basis of Circular Cleanroom design.

BIM is therefore not a buzzword for us, but a necessary link to view Life Cycle Management in a sustainable manner not only from the construction phase but increasingly from a Maintainability & Reliability perspective while using the cleanroom.

It is therefore our approach to see BIM as a necessary Life Cycle tool to connect the Conceptual design with the Detailed design in a sustainable way. Only by doing so, the entire Life Cycle of the cleanroom can be designed with the lowest possible Life Cycle Cost.


ABN Cleanroom features

Design

We divided the design process into 3 several phases to ensure the design deliverables are sufficiently developed, the risks are identified and mitigated, and the cleanroom project meets financial objectives.

Design qualification (DQ)

      In the DQ, we provide documented verification that the design will result in a system that is suitable for the intended purpose.
      The objectives of DQ are to:

      • Verify the design will meet the quality user requirements as listed in the URS
      • Verify the design will adequately control risks to product quality and patient safety, as identified during the System Risk Assessment

      Energy

      Assessing the impact of energy reduction opportunities

      We can produce a detailed impact assessment report, covering all of the potential opportunities identified and taking into account energy saving opportunities and this compliance the ISO14644-16.

      • Feasibility
      • Process compatibility and product quality requirements
      • Safety and regulations
      • Cost related to return on investment
      • Incentives (e.g. government initiatives)
      • Implementation timeline/programme
      • Implementation resources

      Where to find our pre-engineered & modular cleanroom concepts?