Biomedical Research: the area of science devoted to the study of the processes of life, the prevention and treatment of disease, and the genetic and environmental factors related to disease and health.
New Biomedical Buildings need a process of engagement which details the scientific processes to inform the designers. Following this principle ensures that the barriers, key environmental requirements and safety elements are incorporated into the design from the start of the process. In order to aticulate the latter, CCTech consultants have developed a tried and tested detailed "Design Support Process".
New Biomedical Buildings need large investment in both capital and ongoing operation costs. Crucial research outcomes, profitability in the private sector and attracting grants in the public sector - not to mention researcher’s professional reputations - all depend on the provision of suitable facilities in which to carry out their science.
To ensure success these laboratories need to be designed and project managed by those who understand the needs and requirements of both the scientific community and those from the design and construction side of the project.
Precision Medicine: Precision medicine refers to the tailoring of medical treatment to the individual characteristics of each patient. The ability to classify individuals into subpopulations that differ in their susceptibility to a particular disease, in the biology and/or prognosis of those diseases they may develop, or in their response to a specific treatment.
CCTech believe in providing an efficient and cost effective approach to the validation of new facilities.