Inspired by our clients and
guided by our experience
We know biotech.
Biotech facilities face challenges threatening productivity and profitability, including human error, power failure and regulatory compliance. To remain relevant, biotech must create value in new ways and stay ahead of the competition.
We know the pharmaceutical industry.
New diseases require new medications, and increased competition calls for faster, leaner processes. Our smart solutions help speed up process development while maximizing plant utilization.
We know GMP.
Our comprehensive solutions support compliance with 21 CFR Part 11/EU Annex 11 and Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs). We will advise you on maintaining compliance while updating your facility’s systems.
Clients rely on our critical HVAC automation expertise.
With lab experiments running around the clock, maintaining temperature and pressure is critical. We design data-driven automation solutions for customized HVAC operations.
We are solutions-driven.
We create the optimal, cost-effective system that’s right for your sensitive environment. Our product-agnostic solutions are designed to meet all regulatory requirements while incorporating your standard operating practices.
We have an expansive network.
We’re with you every step of the way. Albireo maintains a global footprint that promotes seamless remote services capabilities, no matter where your facility is located.
Solutions we offer for…
Building Automation Solutions
Programmable Logic Controls
In a validated manufacturing facility, temperature, humidity and pressure must be controlled precisely, recorded and documented. Most importantly, the data collected must be accurate and automated controls must be dependable. A leader in the life science industry, Albireo Energy developed a building automation system and controls solution for Alnylam’s new 200,000 square foot highly complex manufacturing facility in Norton, MA.
In their state-of-the-art R&D facility in Massachusetts, Takeda originally installed 700 Siemens controllers in one building and 700 Johnson Controls controllers in the other. During the first six months, the company experienced service and controls issues which were a mission critical concern since the margin of error is extremely limited in pharma building operations. Takeda turned to Albireo to solve these issues.