The 2018 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference focuses on the quickly evolving science of biologics manufacturing for new modalities. From leveraging existing capacity with novel processes, to implementing new and emerging technologies, this conference will bring together experts and leaders to ensure the Biomanufacturing industry successfully prepares to manufacture these novel medicines to deliver on our promise of supplying life changing medicines to patients across the globe.
CRB is providing the MEP upgrade of the three largest rotational antennas in the world. These 70-meter antennas, located in California, Spain and Australia track all the deep space satellites, those space objects generally beyond our Moon and still communicating as far as Voyager 1, which went interstellar after leaving our solar system in 2012.
Kim Nelson, Ph.D. will be speaking at the World Vaccine & Immunotherapy Conference in San Diego, CA on November 29, 2018. He joins an impressive group of speakers with his session, “Meeting the Demand: Why Continued Innovation in Immunotherapy Manufacturing is Crucial.”
CRB’s Emily Thompson is featured in this month’s The Medicine Maker. Read how modeling and simulation and reveal new information that will help you better prepare both your process and facility for the future.
Pablo Coronel is featured in the September/October issue of Food Manufacturing magazine. In “The 3 E’s of Future Food and Beverage Packaging,” Coronel weighs in on critical aspects of food safety in aseptic processing and packaging.
CRB Group GmbH, one of Europe’s leading providers of design and consulting solutions for the global life science marketplace, has announced the opening of a second office in Europe. The new office, located in Stuttgart, supports the growing need for experts in project execution to support the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry in the region.
Steve Attig is featured in the Chemanager’s 2018 Pharma & Biotech special edition issue. Along with 15 other industry experts, Steve shared his insights on the challenges that Pharma CDMOs are facing and how they can tackle them.
CRB subject matter experts Pablo Coronel, Ph.D., director food processing, and Ben Rucker, director process technology, are conducting a webinar on “Extending the shelf life of your product: What’s the best solution?”
The International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I²SL) Annual Conference is the leading international conference focused on strategies to meet the challenges of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in laboratories and related facilities. The conference is a technical forum where information is exchanged covering the life cycle of the laboratory from design to use.
CRB is proud to announce that the Lonza Houston Inc. cell and viral gene therapy manufacturing facility has won Engineering News-Record (ENR) Texas & Louisiana’s 2018 Best Projects in the Manufacturing category. A total of 121 entries were submitted for the Best Projects competition.
Matthew will be presenting on next generation biomanufacturing which can significantly reduce a facility’s footprint, capital investment, manufacturing cost of goods and improve utilization of assets when compared to conventional batch processing.
CRB is pleased to announce that Bart Schubert has been appointed to the newly created role of chief strategy officer. In this role, Schubert will be responsible for providing leadership and management of the company’s strategic planning and growth processes, plus improving business development effectiveness, branding and communications.
ACell Inc. hosted a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for its state-of-the-art learning center on July 20, 2018! Members of the ACell board of directors and management team and Axis Research and Technologies staff, as well as representatives from Howard County and the Maryland Department of Commerce, attended this celebration.
CRB is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Pianalto to director of environmental, health and safety (EHS), a reflection of CRB’s ongoing commitment to advance its industry-leading safety culture.
CRB subject matter experts Kim Nelson, Ph.D, director biopharmaceutical services, and Peter Walters, process engineer, are conducting an introductory webinar on “Cell Therapy Facilities—Designing for Flexibility, Scalability, and Cost Effectiveness,” including what operational, technical and support spaces are required and how Current Good Manufacturing Practice and biocontainment requirements impact design.
Construction is nearing completion at the new North City Food Hub in St. Louis for which CRB provided volunteer estimating, pre-construction, initial design review and construction management assistant services.
The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) is a community of higher education leaders responsible for the integration of planning on their campuses and for the professionals who support them. Each year SCUP hosts a conference to bring colleagues together to set the stage for the future of higher education planning.
Niranjan Kulkarni, PhD is featured in the June 2018 issue of Pet Food Processing magazine. In “Most Improved,” Niranjan explains how processors with large-volume, continuous production runs and automated systems can identify the highest value areas for improvement.
Dave DiProspero, Associate/Director of Pharmaceutical Process Technology at CRB, is featured in Pharma Almanac’s current issue, entitled ” Modern OSD Facility Design Considerations for Operational Efficiency and Regulatory Compliance.”
If you are not already registered to attend, please contact email@example.com for a complementary day ticket. All you have to do is enter the code from CRB at ACHEMA’s ticket portal and print out your free day pass. The pass will give you complete access to the show, as well as the following opportunities to get to know the leadership team at CRB.
John McGuire, an architect with more than 35 years of experience, joins CRB as director of science + technology. To better serve the needs of CRB’s clients, McGuire’s primary focus is to develop the S+T practice in the Bay Area.
Dave DiProspero, director, pharmaceutical process technology at CRB will present at the ISPE Continuous Manufacturing Workshop in Arlington, VA. Dave’s workshop, “OSD Continuous Manufacturing Process/Equipment/Facility” will be held June 7th at 10:15 am.
For 40 years, Tradeline, Inc. has been providing highly acclaimed conferences and online exclusive reports to corporate, institutional, and government professionals for the planning, design, construction, and management of facility assets.
For the past 39 years, INTERPHEX has been, and continues to be, the premier pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and device development and manufacturing event where you can “Experience Science through Commercialization.”
CRB’s Pablo Coronel, PhD and Niranjan Kulkarni, PhD will present at the Association for Dressings and Sauces Technical Meeting, being held April 29 to May 1 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Technical Meeting focuses on science-based issues in the dressings and sauces industry.
ISPE’s Facility of the Year Awards (FOYA) is the premier global awards program, recognizing innovation and creativity in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturing industries. Projects selected for recognition set the standard by demonstrating excellence in facility design, construction and operations.
Beth Brock, a professional engineer and certified safety professional with more than 21 years of engineering experience in the pharmaceutical industry, joins CRB as a process engineer and subject matter expert in Kansas City, Missouri.
David Estapé, a long-time biotechnology expert who holds a doctorate in chemical engineering and has 22 years of experience, will join CRB Group GmbH as the technology manager biotechnology in Basel, Switzerland.