CRC hands over £2 million facility to King's College London
Clean Room Construction has successfully handed over a £2 million cleanroom facility to the world-leading university, King's College London.
CRC designed and installed an atomic layer deposition cleanroom facility and two optics labs, at the Strand site on schedule. The two-stage design and build project, which has been integrated into the university's IT, fire alarm and security systems, included Class 5 and Class 6 cleanrooms with shared changing room and service chase.
Steve Lawton, CRC's Managing Director, said: "King's College London is one of the world's most prestigious universities, known for its cutting-edge research and global connections. Clean Room Construction is very proud to have collaborated with the university to deliver these first class facilities.
"Our team worked at basement level, stripping out the existing facilities before starting the new build within a busy teaching and learning environment. This meant that all work had to be carried out while the university continued to function. We liaised daily with the university's management to ensure we kept any noise or disruption to an absolute minimum."