G-CON Building Services launches to project manage cleanroom builds

The new G-CON subsidiary will focus on projects for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical facilities

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G-CON Manufacturing has launched a new subsidiary, G-CON Building Services, an entity that provides host facility project management solutions to pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients. The new services aim to simplify cleanroom projects so that they can be completed in a more timely, predictable and cost-efficient manner.

In cGMP construction projects, challenges often arise, whether from regulatory requirements, permitting, contractor and vendor selection, and/or validation. G-CON Building Services ("GCBS"), was formed to provide project oversight and coordination to clients from inception through performance qualification.

GCBS focuses its work in the following facilities:

  • Biologics
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Clinical Labs
  • Research and Development
  • Building Services will manage facility renovations for its clients thereby providing seamless modular/PODular cleanroom integration, mitigating risk and ensuring compliance so the client can focus on what matters most, patients.

GCBS' experienced GMP project management professionals function as GMP Facility Project Specialists and/or POD Integration Specialists, ensuring that industry regulatory requirements are contemplated in the project plan. Moreover, GCBS fills the knowledge and experience gap between G-CON Manufacturing and the third-party site contractor, allowing the full value of PODs to be realised – speed to market and low total cost of ownership.

"As we expand our POD product portfolio and launch even more prefabricated cleanroom PODs, we have also seen the need for additional services to support our customers as best as we can. For the G-CON team, it is all about helping our clients succeed," said Maik Jornitz, CEO of G-CON. "G-CON Building Services is part of that effort. GCBS will make the design, build and integration of cleanroom infrastructures, including our well-known cleanroom PODs, more efficient and predictable."

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