Roscommon, Ireland

Pharma
manufacturing plants, research and development centers, and distribution warehouses, among others.

Pharma

Building development for the Pharma Industry typically refers to the process of designing, constructing, and developing facilities that will be used for the research, production and distribution of pharmaceutical products.

Pharmaceutical building development in Ireland is subject to specific regulations and guidelines set by the Irish Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to ensure that the facility is in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) standards and that the final product is safe for human use.

Pharmaceutical Packaging Plant, Dundalk
Rambaxy Ireland

Process

The development process for pharmaceutical facilities typically involves several stages, including site selection, design and planning, financing, construction, and operation and maintenance. Liteways works with architects, engineers, and contractors to design and build the facility, and can also handle the financial aspects of the project, including securing funding and managing budgets. We can also assume responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the finished facility.

Our qualified PSCS takes over from the PSDP Team and creates a Liteways AF2 (including Safety File/BCAR and Multi-Media Home Users Guide). We work exclusively with SEAI registered Tradespeople to ensure completion of the project to the highest of business and construction standards. 

Building Teams

Liteways is practiced in working with architects, engineers, and contractors to design and build the structure, and can also handle the financial aspects of the project, including securing funding and managing budgets.

 

 

End Result

Liteways understand the specific needs of the pharma industry, such as the need for clean rooms, specialized equipment and storage, and strict controls on temperature, humidity, and air quality.

Additionally, we consider the location of the facility and its proximity to transportation and logistics infrastructure, as well as the availability of skilled workforce in the area.

Overall, building development for the Pharma Industry is a complex process that involves a lot of coordination between different stakeholders and requires compliance with a variety of regulations and guidelines to ensure that the finished facility is able to produce safe and efficient pharmaceutical products.