A2C2 Magazine, a Vicon Publishing, Inc. publication, announces the 2nd annual TurnKey Conference to be held April 7-8, 2005 in San Diego, CA. The TurnKey Conference is all about building or renovating a clean manufacturing facility and promises to provide attendees with the tools they need to make informed decisions and the strategies to help their institutions grow successfully.
Amherst, NH (PRWEB) December 2, 2004 -- A2C2 Magazine, a Vicon Publishing,
Inc. publication, announces the 2nd annual TurnKey Conference to be held April
7-8, 2005 in San Diego, CA. The TurnKey Conference is all about building or
renovating a clean manufacturing facility and promises to provide attendees with
the tools they need to make informed decisions and the strategies to help their
institutions grow successfully.
During this 2-day conference, a team of industry experts will conduct workshops and present unbiased information on the latest innovations, technology, and thinking for facilities planning expansions, renovations, or new construction. A brief summary of conference sessions are as follows:
Introduction to Cleanroom Technology will revisit the basics and provide a necessary cleanroom design foundation to the practitioner of the 21st century.
Why Choose a Design/Build Contractor? will cover feasibility studies, design/build definitions, plan and specification, design/build benefits, and what to watch for.
Let the Buyer Beware: A Guide for Procurement of New, Refurbished, and Used Process Tools will discuss the various pitfalls that exist in procuring process tools and suggest actions that can be taken to prevent misunderstandings, miscommunications, and contractual difficulties.
Do’s and Don’ts of Lab Equipment in Nanotechnology in Research Facilities will provide advice on what to look for in order to prevent the loss of contamination control.
Converting an Existing Lab Space into an Approved BSL3 Biosafety Lab is for professionals who have embarked on a BSL3 project and want to know what is not detailed in the guidelines. It will also offer a practical design/build guideline for obtaining BSL3 facility approval.
Energy Management Opportunities in Cleanrooms: an Overview of R&D will provide an overview of relevant work underway at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).
Cleanroom Process Systems for Micro and Pharma Facilities is intended to provide a baseline overview for Cleanroom Process System Infrastructure to enable users to adopt a team approach for programming the process infrastructure for new cleanroom construction and/or retrofit to existing facilities.
“Overall great job” and “Good first try” were comments from attendees at our first ever TurnKey Conference held in April 2004. “Building on the success in Baltimore, we’ve put together a stellar group of speakers and are pleased to once again bring this conference to the marketplace,” said Patrick Murphy, Publisher of A2C2 Magazine and President of Vicon Publishing, Inc. “We believe that there is no other event of this caliber addressing the needs of companies planning to build or renovate an existing contamination control facility. Quality information in a concentrated two day forum is exactly what the biotech and contamination control industry needs.”
The registration fee of $845 includes admittance to all conference sessions, continental breakfasts, lunches, and breaks on both days, and cocktail reception. Conference hours will be Thursday, April 7th from 8:00am to 5:00pm and Friday, April 8th from 8:00am to 4:30pm. A vendor exhibit area will be open on Thursday, April 7th from 8:00am to 5:00pm and Friday, April 8th from 8:00am to 3:00pm. For more information or to register for the conference, go to www.a2c2.com. Or contact Mary Williams at e-mail protected from spam bots; 603-672-9997 x113.
Published monthly by Vicon Publishing, Inc., A2C2 Magazine provides technical information on contamination prevention, detection, and control, as well as associated products, to professionals responsible for cleanrooms and other critical environments. Coverage includes facility and process equipment design and construction, cleaning, monitoring, isolation technology, materials, packaging, apparel, consumables, protocols, validation, and regulatory standards. Additional information can be found at www.a2c2.com.
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Vicon Publishing, Inc.
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