Case study

Eli Lilly

Modern lab facilities with the capacity to meet the future demand for microbiological product testing

  • View from inside the new building

  • Powder coated steel doors

  • Individual modules being lifted

  • Finished lab with suspended ceiling

The details

Our role:

Design and Build as Principle Contractor

Scope:

M&E + Construction

Facility type:

QC Laboratory function

Floor area:

255 m2

Contract value:

£550k

Programme:

5 months

Eli Lilly identified a need to replace an existing dilapidated temporary structure on an area of grass in the middle of their busy Basingstoke site as a result of issues highlighted by corporate audits and projected business plans.

This included design and build of additional modern microbiology lab facilities with capacity that would entirely meet occupancy, environmental, safety, workflow, efficiency and space standards, and the projected microbiological product testing demand for the foreseeable future.

Enbloc proposed a modular building comprising of 8 individual units combined together to give 255m² of clear floor space. One unit was used to house the new plant room with AHU and water treatment plant and autoclave. There were a number of clean and dirty labs as well as support and change areas, office, kitchen and toilet facilities.

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