Modular facilities are inexpensive and scale with ease. This process extends to cleanrooms where ISO and OHSA standards require the strictest adherence to the creation of an isolated environment. G-Con Manufacturing, as a highly awarded creator of modular cleanrooms, provides solutions for manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and medical use.
What standards govern the construction cleanrooms?
ISO45001, ISO9001, and OHSAS 18001 certifications provide a solid basis for these types of facilities. Everything from management to construction and workplace safety are governed by these rules.
Of course, any cleanroom needs to create an entirely isolated environment. While there is no specific standard to meet, we test our designs to minimize the influence from the outside. We strive to keep our modules free of bacteria, dust, and other contaminants.
Can prefabricated cleanrooms produce an isolated environment?
Manufactured cleanrooms keep contaminants out. Prefabrication allows us to create a proven system that scales with ease.
Unlike completely customized cleanrooms, our options work from the start. We test every product to ensure that our strict standards are met. Since we are working with a proven room and set of designs to start, our process takes less time and runs on budget.
What is the cost of a construction overrun?
Construction overruns are common. This consideration is even more prevalent when considering the manufacture of specialized products such as clean rooms.
Time is a critical factor and the one that faces the consumer. The average project takes 17 percent longer than estimated to complete. This is typically accompanied by an additional cost equal to seven-point-nine percent of the estimate. While firms include room for expenses, they often do not factor time into their bid to remain more appealing.
Are modular cleanrooms less expensive?
Prefabricated modules save you time and money. A standardized manufacturing process allows us to prepare your product as close to our estimates as possible.
Limited cost overruns mean that we do not need to prepare for as much of an overrun as our competitors. We pass the savings in our process to the customer.
What is the average cost of a cleanroom?
Cleanrooms come in a variety of types based on whether you are building hardware, preparing pharmaceuticals, conducting research, or monitoring a sick patient. Cost per square foot ranges from $100 to $400 or more.
Considerations include filtration and entry. The more entries and exits required, the higher the cost will be as these ports need to be secured from external contamination.
Modular facilities manufacturer in Texas
G-Con Manufacturing creates proven cleanrooms for any need. Our prefabricated rooms are less expensive than construction from the ground up and scale for any use. We strive to keep contamination out.
Our commitment to sterilization is recognized. G-Con Manufacturing won its first award in 2012, only three short years after starting, with recognition following in each of the past three years. Our experts design, manufacture, and install our product to your needs.
Get in touch with our team or visit our website today to find out how we can help keep contamination out.