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 Export to Your Calendar 10/27/2020
When: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Caron Trumbo

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CEll Gene and therapy Webinar

 

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While the Cell and Gene Therapy industry explodes across the globe, the critical supply chain that supports the growing industry is having trouble keeping up. Each member of the supply chain who plays a role in bringing these facilities online, including designers, trade partners, equipment suppliers, general contractors and bulk media suppliers, to name a few, are seeing major impacts which in turn is impacting schedule, cost and quality of these facilities. In some cases, the impact is so large that it prevents companies from moving forward at all.

This session will use data and examples from multiple projects, each in different stages of design and construction, to showcase potential solutions for avoiding and/or mitigating the supply chain impact. By implementing these lessons learned, companies can start taking steps today to lessen the impacts.

As a result of this session, participants will:

1. Understand the gravity of this issue and the potential impacts that are either delaying the speed to market or halting this life changing therapy.

2. Learn about the steps that can be taken to avoid or mitigate these issues and continue to bring their facilities online on-time, on-budget and without sacrificing the necessary quality. 

 

Speaker: Raj Vora is a Life Sciences leader at DPR Construction, one of the top technical builders and the #1 ranked pharmaceutical contractor in the U.S. (ENR 2019). Raj has more than 20 years’ experience in the A/E/C industry, with emphasis on Life Sciences where he has delivered complex engineering and construction projects at a high level of quality while maintaining budget and schedule requirements. His background includes experience in the pursuit, planning, design, construction and start-up of a variety of projects focusing on biotechnology / pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, bio-containment and R&D facilities. He fosters deep relationships with his customers to ensure successful outcomes and repeat business. Raj is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Maryland and holds a Masters degree in Architectural Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. His local leadership includes roles as Past President of ISPE Chesapeake Bay Chapter.'

 

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