CRC continues expansion into manufacturing sector


Global power systems company awards CRC containment rooms contract worth £1m

Clean Room Construction (CRC), a specialist in the design and build of cleanrooms and containment facilities for science and technology sectors, has continued its successful expansion into the competitive manufacturing sector by winning a contract worth around £1m (€1.26m) million with a global power systems company.

This latest contract involves the design, build and testing of three containment rooms for a company based in Derby and is part of a wider regeneration of an extensive manufacturing facility. One of the containment rooms has been designed without a fixed roof while another incorporates a retractable roof. The rooms will also feature dedicated air handling systems and high volume dust extraction.

“This is the latest in a line of manufacturing sector contracts, working with a prestigious client on a challenging and sensitive project,” said CRC Director Steve Lawton. “Clean Room Construction now has an established foothold in the manufacturing sector due to our experience of delivering tailor-made containment and cleanroom solutions that reliably protect the integrity of complex manufacturing processes.”

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The Derby contract follows on from other successful projects, including a £3.7m (€4.67m) project in Cheshire for a pioneering medical technology company. CRC was responsible for the design and build of cleanrooms for the end-to-end woundcare product manufacturing process from polymer manufacture through to final packaging.