Allergan 4 Millennium Way
Precis provided design services for a multipurpose facility to support the manufacture of reconstructive tissue products for human health care. The project included the fit-out of an existing shell building initially designed as warehouse space.  The A&E Design was competitively bid directly to the owner prior to the development of a conceptual plan. The design team, working closely with the owner, developed a concept layout and Basis of Design which was provided to Construction Management firms to secure bids. The initial conceptual design effort identified various design aspects that were not included in the originally requested facility design.  
Eisai, Inc. Biotechnology Manufacturing Pilot Plant
Eisai, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on R&D for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. This project created a new pilot manufacturing plant to support early stage clinical trials. It involved demolition of three existing buildings and construction of a new facility.
Confidential Client QO Labs
Precis provided process, automation, and MEP/FP engineering services for the renovation of an existing maintenance shop within Building 38 to consolidate several existing QO Micro/Sterility laboratories into one new space with shared support spaces. The QO Lab will support vaccine testing for the entire site and increase reliability and efficacy of overall facility function.
Merck & Co., Inc. Grind2Energy System Instillation
Precis was the design engineer for the installation of an Emerson Grind2Energy System at Merck’s Upper Gwynedd, PA campus. The purpose of the Grind2Energy (G2E) program is to divert some of Merck’s kitchen waste from the landfill to be converted to energy. The system consists of a processing table with grinder pump, transfer pump, 3,000-gallon storage tank, and interconnecting piping and wiring.
Penn State Beaver Stadium Comprehensive Maintenance Evaluation
Precis worked with Stahl Sheaffer Engineering, LLC to perform a comprehensive maintenance evaluation on existing mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical systems within Penn State’s Beaver Stadium. The purpose of this evaluation  was  to assist  Penn State  in  planning,  prioritizing,  and  budgeting  for  ongoing maintenance activities as well as replacement of major equipment and systems.