Don’t let ISO and USP 797 regulations for pharmaceutical cleanrooms overwhelm you. Vernick & Associates, the experts in cleanroom design and construction, will work through the regulations and how they apply to your facility to ensure that you’ll have a top-quality cleanroom that complies with industry standards on time and on budget. Our professional team is on top of pharmaceutical industry regulations and changes and will help you adapt your facility as needed.
Compliance with ISO/USP 797
A wide number of pharmaceutical, healthcare, and research facilities must have ISO/USP 797-compliant cleanrooms, including:
- Medical research facilities and contract research organizations
- Pharmaceutical manufacturers
- Drug development facilities
- Biotech research facilities
- Hospitals, clinics and other healthcare centers operating pharmaceutical facilities with compound sterile preparation
Trust the Experts
Don’t trust the design or build of your controlled environment to just any contractor. Be sure to work with a company with a proven track record, in-depth knowledge of USP 797 regulations, and highly experienced engineers and contractors who can seamlessly integrate the cleanroom into your existing infrastructure.
At Vernick & Associates, we follow an 8-step design-build process to ensure that every detail is taken into account and that our clients feel involved every step of the way. We even offer services, including employee training and installation of cleanroom components, after construction is complete so that your cleanroom set-up is guaranteed to be successful.
With decades of experience in Ohio and throughout the Midwest, Vernick & Associates is the company to turn to for pharmaceutical cleanroom design and construction. If you have any further questions about our services, please consult our FAQs, or contact us at (216) 373-2330. We’ll be happy to discuss our design-build process with you and help you consider the options that will meet your specific needs. Vernick and Associates has satisfied customers in many industries throughout the Midwest, including Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Toledo, and Dayton, and beyond.