Project Pegasus – Scope of Works
The pharmaceutical industry is highly sophisticated, incorporating advanced research facilities and complex capital-intensive manufacturing plants. Over the past 35 years, Mercury Engineering has gained invaluable international experience in this industry, delivering projects for a number of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. Our reference list includes some of the most technologically advanced plants in the world.
Mercury’s teams have the expertise and skills to ensure that installation, reliability and maintainability are delivered to the highest standards required by our clients. Our approach to the installation of the critical process systems and infrastructure minimises delays, maximises production time, and makes sure that the production facility is completed on time and on budget.
The Project Pegasus facility consists of approximately 7,000 square metres of new building, with one process area being located in a renovated area of an existing adjacent building.
Project Pegasus required the installation of approximately 600 pieces of process and utility equipment and features a high level of pre-fabrication and modularisation.
Furthermore, the project required the fabrication and installation of approximately 10,000 metres of utility piping and 8,000 metres of hygienic process piping.
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