Industrial Biotechnology Facility Design: Defining manufacturing optimization opportunities using a design competition approach.

Industrial Biotechnology Facility Design: Defining manufacturing optimization opportunities using a design competition approach.

03/22/2017, 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Meeting Room 4

Language:
English

Using the 'Design Competition Process' to define manufacturing opportunities and drive value engineering initiatives can make the difference in delivering a successful project.  This presentation will cover a case study of Verdezyne's recent design competition for a greenfield industrial biotechnology facility to be built in Malaysia. This presentation will walk through the design competition process and highlight how teamwork between the parties led to a successful cost lowering outcome.  Specifics on how the value engineering process was enhanced by engaging multiple firms to share their innovative ideas will also be discussed.  Facility design issues will be presented to show the range of potential cost cutting measures that were considered.   Who Should Attend: Companies with new project initiatives should attend to hear first-hand how significant project cost reduction methods can be identified at the start of a project by using a 'design competition' format.

 

Contributors

  • Peter Cramer

    Speaker

    Vice President

    M+W Group

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