This project includes the implementation of the implementation of critical functions, including two manufacturing rooms, a vial filling line equipped with an aseptic isolator for flammable liquids, and a lyophilizer. Additionally, there will be an aseptic cartridge filling line with an isolator, a washing suite capable of handling highly contaminated equipment, a preparation room with an autoclave for sterilizing format parts and terminals, and a just-in-time warehouse for daily activities.
The project also includes employee living spaces (dedicated entrance, offices, conference rooms, cafeteria, etc.) , as well as carefully designed mechanical and electrical installations Our facility will be developed in compliance with North American and European Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) specifically applicable to the production of sterile drugs. We also anticipate addressing safety, occupational hygiene, and environmental risks associated with handling potentially toxic materials.
The complex program planning is carried out considering the existing structure, and we are also refurbishing the pre-existing facades. The project is being executed through a construction management approach, requiring document issuance in batches and phases. Despite the challenges posed by on-site construction constraints, we highlight views from our site, facing the majestic St. Lawrence River. It is important to emphasize that all these enhancements are being implemented while ensuring the uninterrupted operation of our existing plant.