In the previous blog post, we took a deeper look at how Vernick & Associates‘ 8-step cleanroom construction process can create a custom-built, environmentally-controlled space for your business. Let’s finish the conversation by discussing the final stages of our thorough construction process.

Updating Your Cleanroom With Our 8-Step Process (Part 2)

Step 5: Revise

Any necessary revisions are made, according to new information or various changes that have arisen. Our process is not limited to a particular number of revisions. We will make as many revisions as necessary to meet your exact specifications.

Step 6: Deliver

This is when you will finally see the design come to life. We begin the construction and installation of the entire project, ensuring its completion from start-to-finish.

Step 7: Launch

You and your team are given the opportunity to review the final construction and give it the proverbial “thumbs up”. This is the most exciting part of the process. We hand the keys over to you, and watch your business flourish and grow with a freshly updated cleanroom.

Step 8: Service

Your business is never on its own once the final project is completed. As part of our comprehensive 8-step process, we also provide the following services:

  • Employee training
  • Precision cleaning and maintenance
  • Third-party certification
  • Whatever else may be needed to operate your cleanroom to its full potential

Overall Time Frame

The time frame of each specific project depends entirely on the goals and objectives set in Step 1. Typically, most cleanroom construction projects take anywhere from six to eight weeks. A large-scale update will take a bit longer. Regardless of the size of the project, we always do our best to accommodate both your schedule and your needs.

Considering the addition of a new high-tech cleanroom to your business? Contact our team at (216) 373-2330 for a free consultation. We gladly provide other services such as modular offices and cleanroom components for the various industries we serve in Columbus, Dayton, and Toledo.