Installation is performed by experienced Guardtech Cleanrooms engineers supported by approved, fully trained sub-contractors for specialist services.

Installation Engineers are specially trained in controlled environment construction and have years of experience, not only installing critical environments but also servicing and operating within them.


Guardtech co-ordinate all aspects of every build, including:

  • Electrical: Lighting, small power & 3-phase, data, plant connections and door interlocks
  • HVAC & filtration: From full-scale, bespoke Air Handling Units (AHUs) to Upflow units and small split systems including all ductwork
  • Gas services: Process gasses, compressed air, extraction and vacuum including all pipe/ductwork and ring mains
  • Monitoring: Fully networked Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) with IT integration with 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, BMS
  • Water: Purified and process hot water, drainage, plumbing connections


Each project is assigned a dedicated Project Manager, skilled at transferring the fully worked up design into a complete project plan and schedule.

Co-ordinating all aspects of the project, from design to installation, commissioning to validation, supported by the Guardtech’s Group Operations team, Project Managers provide on-site presence and client co-ordination to assure your schedules are being met.


Guardtech Project Management packages include:

  • Weekly Programme Meetings and Project Reports including progress photos
  • CDM & Building Control co-ordination
  • Design process management
  • Supervision and management of installation and commissioning resource
  • Responsibility for site Health & Safety – including compilation of H&S Construction Plan
  • RAMS provided for all significant activities


The main set of regulations for managing the health, safety and welfare of construction projects. CDM ensures Guardtech:

  • Have the right people for the right job at the right time
  • Co-operate and co-ordinate our work with other parties involved in the project
  • Have the right information about the risks and how they are being managed
  • Communicate this information effectively to those who need to know
  • Consult and engage with workers about the risks and how they are being managed.

CDM is an inclusive duty-of-care process involving the client, Principal Designer and the Principal Contractor, as well as all Sub-Contractors and Operatives associated with the project.