New Toxicology and Sanitisation Facility
This new 1,100m² toxicology and sanitisation facility was constructed to support an increase in demand for studies. The facility is a stand-alone self-sufficient building with a dedicated sanitisation facility, associated procedure rooms, staff welfare facilities and storage.
The Facility has four large rooms with Cat 3 clean areas front and back. The plant requirements are designed to have duty and standby capability and generator back up. The layout of the building is future proofed to enable easy extension if required without compromising the current facility operation or layout.
Bowman Riley was appointed as architect, project manager and cost controller throughout the project. The construction of the facility was completed on time and successfully validated by the Home Office in order to receive assets for immediate use.