Friday, June 15, 2018 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM |
333 Market St, Wells Fargo Event Center, Annex Building,
San Francisco, CA
6:00 PM Registration/Networking/
Food & Drinks (provided)
7:00 PM Announcements
7:15 PM Presentation/Q&A
8:30 PM Closing
As disruptive technologies become more prominent in the industry drug programs need to react with speed
and flexibility to maintain a foot hold in the market place. Over time GMP manufacturing projects have
continued to reduce in duration, with the current duration averaging 3 - 4 years from concept to operation.
To be first to market in a competitive environment BioMarin successfully completed this same effort in 54
weeks, this, all while facing technical challenges typical of scale up, gene therapy design considerations, fill
finish technologies, coupled with strict local and federal regulations and the worst winter in the bay area in
10 + years.
The project has received an award for project execution from ISPE and is a current contender for the 2018 project of the year award.
BioMarin develops and commercializes innovative biopharmaceuticals for serious diseases and medical conditions with focus on rare (orphan) genetic diseases.
Join us in learning how BioMarin, partnered with CRB engineers and Novo construction made the
impossible project a reality without compromising on quality, schedule or cost.
Carl Albertson is currently a Director in the capital projects department at BioMarin
in Novato, CA. He has over 30 years of diversified experience in engineering and project management in the biotech, aseptic and pharmaceutical processing industry.His experience ranges through all phases of project design including design,
construction, commissioning and qualification.
Logan Kelley is currently a senior project manager at BioMarin. He has spent the
last 15 years developing physical assets for health care, higher education and
pharmaceutical organizations. These assets range from office, lab and
manufacturing space, cold environments, utility systems, process equipment, and
structural improvements. Logan specializes in fast track projects where the
development of high performing teams is a key ingredient for success. Logan and
an active board member for the San Francisco chapter of the International Society of
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