Working with an established cleanroom construction partner, our end user required ISO standard 8 and 9 areas as part of a new aerostructures research and development complex within a large hangar in West Scotland.
A site survey determined all design and construction details for the project, allowing our CAD team to expertly create accurate drawings, gaining approval from the client and preparing the Stancold team for the build.
Co-ordination of materials, plant and ancillaries was a key factor of the planning process, given its rural Scottish location and 400-mile distance from Stancold’s Head Office.
Stancold completed the install using Kingspan Versatile Quadcore panels, a composite system designed for semi-flush cleanroom environments such as this.
The team were responsible for all 50mm and 80mm hygienic panelling, spanning over 1500m², and the 100mm walk-on ceiling, to be used for maintenance access. Rapid-rise doors, personnel doors and single-glazed vision panels completed the build.
The team worked really hard to construct within and around the existing steelwork on site, alongside other contractors, to complete the project to our client’s programme of works.
A successful cleanroom build for an exciting project