Clean Rooms

AGNOTEX utilizes a cross-functional project team from design-through-commissioning in order to efficiently and effectively meet project requirements for quality, cost and schedule. Experienced personnel who have a full understanding of how the cleanroom project will be designed, manufactured and installed, participate at the earliest stages of the project to make a positive impact on all project disciplines.

This integrated team plans and implements a continuous process that starts with initial scope review, continues through construction and concludes with project “Lessons Learned”. The execution of this process allows AGNOTEX to deliver repeatable results for our clients.

Cleanroom Design

  • Modular Cleanrooms, Designed for Compliance

Our in-house design team has over 23 years of experience in architectural, mechanical, and electrical disciplines. AGNOTEX designs cleanrooms for superior performance, cleanliness, and compliance. Highly motivated and results-oriented, the Design Team cooperatively works within your preferred project execution strategy to deliver a high-quality facility focused on performance.

  • Design/Build Collaboration

AGNOTEX designers work as a team with our cleanroom construction personnel to deliver a cost-effective project, while maximizing performance, value and constructability. The greatest client value is delivered when AGNOTEX is brought onto the team at the inception of the project. This allows our professionals the key factors that impact the infrastructure design of the host building surrounding the clean space. This early design integration ultimately saves design “soft costs”, expedites schedule, and eliminates a duplication of services.

  • AGNOTEX Utilizes Good Engineering Practices (GEP)

GEPs are a combination of standards, specifications, codes, regulatory and industrial guidelines as well as accepted engineering and design methods intended to design, construct, operate and maintain pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other high tech cleanroom facilities, taking into account not only regulatory compliance but also safety, economics, environmental protection and operability. Standards and specifications are provided by recognized sources such as established engineering and architectural professional organizations. Codes are provided by local, state, or federal jurisdictions and/or insurance companies (i.e. FM Global). Guidelines are issued by professional societies, industrial organizations, or regulatory agencies. Engineering design methods have been established throughout the engineering educational system and are followed closely by AGNOTEX design professionals.

Design-Build Approach to Project Execution

  • Design-Build Approach to Project Execution

AGNOTEX becomes an extension of the project’s design team, serving to integrate the modular architectural details according to the client's master plan.

  • The goal of this phase is to integrate without duplicating efforts.

  • Potential gaps in responsibility are addressed early in the pre-construction phase to eliminate the risk that develops during construction.

  • AGNOTEX helps the project team to maximize the aseptic details of the modular system.

  • AGNOTEX focuses the team on the integration between the architectural finishes and the other project disciplines. 3D modeling is utilized for coordination of structural tie-in details, HVAC layouts and connections to integrated modular air walls, electrical services, process equipment interface details, and process utility distribution within the modular facility.

  • Focus is maintained during the engineering phase on the construction strategy to ensure that the facility being represented on the drawings can be built in a cost-effective, high quality, and safe manner.

  • AGNOTEX design and construction teams participate in execution planning to address project schedule requirements and rigging paths for late arriving equipment.

  • The deliverables from this phase of the project include detailed shop drawings used for approval, fabrication, and construction.

Project Management Highlights

  • OSHA trained and certified site management personnel.

  • Skilled in project scheduling software, including Primavera and MS Project.

  • In-house Project Administrators provide coordination and support between field personnel and procurement teams.

  • Project Management Team executes the AGNOTEX Construction Quality Plan (CQP) and Safety Plan.

Standard / Wipe Down

  • Modular vinyl, FRP, glass or aluminum walls.

  • Vinyl, VCT or painted epoxy floors.

  • HEPA fan filter units.

  • ISO5, ISO6, ISO7, ISO8, Class 100, Class 1000, Class 10k, Class 100k.

  • 2000 power saver system.

  • Applications: medical device, pharmacy, electronics, aerospace, & industrial.

Cleanroom Construction Team

  • AGNOTEX executes the design details developed during the engineering / pre-construction phase.

  • AGNOTEX utilizes an effective blend of in-house skilled labor technicians and factory trained regional labor forces (both union and non-union crews are available) to build our cleanroom facilities.

  • AGNOTEX coordinates with the other project disciplines to integrate the modular architectural envelope into the overall facility. AGNOTEX manages the activities of its’ team to maintain project schedule, quality and safety.

  • The AGNOTEX construction team maintains our clean build protocol throughout the project, resulting in predicable productivity, finishes and schedule.

Aseptic / Wash Down

  • Washable stainless steel or welded vinyl walls. Coved corners and ceiling joints.

  • Chemical resistant epoxy or vinyl floor with 4” cove.

  • Room side replaceable HEPA or ULPA filters.

  • ISO5, ISO6, ISO7, ISO8, Class 100, Class 1000, Class 10k, Class 100k.

  • Liquid containment berms.

  • Room air pressure, temperature and humidity AGNOTEX PHARMA traceability system.

  • Applications: pharmaceutical, medical device, hospital, food and beverage.


  • Standard construction – epoxy paint on drywall.

  • Coved epoxy or vinyl floor.

  • Static HEPA filters with central air handler.

  • ISO5, ISO6, ISO7, ISO8, Class 100, Class 1000, Class 10k, Class 100k.


  • Clear vinyl walls.

  • HEPA fan filter units.

  • Caster mounted.

Special Systems

  • +/- precision temperature and humidity control.

  • Non combustible.

  • Negative pressure rooms.

  • Custom size equipment enclosures.

  • Contamination control BIBO HEPA systems.

  • LEED green building energy saver designs.

  • Mezzanines.

  • Extreme height and size combination modular and softwall construction.