Next-generation therapies now.
Is your facility ready for tomorrow’s opportunities?
As cell and gene therapy technology rapidly advances, your challenge is not just keeping up—it’s anticipating what’s coming next. It’s implementing novel processes with facility and technology structures unlike anything we’ve seen. It’s mitigating the risk involved with producing life-altering complex therapies. It’s leading the way and defining the future.
How can CRB help you?
Visionary biotech leaders in need of state-of-the-art CGMP research and manufacturing facilities turn to CRB for our design, construction and process expertise. In an all-new and unpredictable market, trust that your success is built on what we’ve learned from the front lines of advanced therapy medicinal product (ATMP) production. This is complemented by engineering expertise that can reduce your overhead costs, identify opportunities to expand your pipeline, and help you to navigate the complexities of a transitional regulatory landscape.
“With CRB, we achieved the impossible. In just 15 months, they helped us design and build a 75,000-square-foot state-of-the-art bioservice facility, which now supports over 40 clinical programs. It’s not just the speed that’s remarkable. It’s the vision that CRB brought to the project. They conquered every challenge with innovation and skill.”
-Chris Holmes, VP Facilities & Engineering, Catalent
Together, let’s create a solution that uses the best technology and the most advanced processes in the world to meet the urgent needs of critically ill patients and their families.
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What we do:
Seamlessly adopt new processes and produce higher quality therapeutics faster.
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