We designed, built and commissioned 60,000 square-foot animal vaccine manufacturing facility in Kansasfor Ceva, a global animal health company. This broad mandate was carried out in fast-track mode and the project was completed in just 14 months.
The USDA-compliant building incorporates innovative technologies to produce standard and vector vaccines. It covers two stories and includes clean rooms, quality-control labs, offices, and spaces dedicated to viral production and inactivation, batching and filling.
Increasing production output
Much more efficient than the one it replaced, this new facility will allow our client to double their domestic output and expand their business to the global market. To support Ceva’s business ambitions, it was also designed to allow for a future physical plant expansion.
Protecting human health
The poultry vaccines produced at the new Kansas plant help keep the world’s food supply safe and sufficient. With an increasing global demand for poultry products, access to effective animal vaccines is an important public health issue.