Today’s Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology market requires Life Science companies to be dynamic and forward thinking in all aspects of their business. This includes the efficient use of capital to support product launch or capacity increases. Many C‐Suite conference room discussions on CAPEX requests routinely focus on capacity utilization, capacity v. market demand, cost probability models, and risks affecting outcomes. The successful project outcome, which is defined in the CAPEX request, includes financial metrics such as Total Project Cost (TPC), Return on Investment (ROI), Net Present Value (NPV) and schedule metrics such as Project Start, Construction Completion, and Ready to Launch.Read More
At Evans General Contractors, we are addressing the needs of a rapidly changing Healthcare and Life Science environment by providing turn-key facility solutions to bolster Community Health Resilience.Read More
Everyone involved or associated with the field of Life Sciences, clearly understands that Change is the only constant that they can expect. The foundation of Life Sciences was established on the perpetual, and often rapid, pace of discovery that comes from new technologies, methodologies and thought leaders. These welcomed change makers will continue to lead in the advancement of better outcomes for our communities in the forms of diagnostics, medicines, food supplies and treatments. However, life science laboratories need to keep pace with the speed of science through renovation and repurposing.Read More
ATLANTA, GA – When a company decides to establish a new facility, it needs to know more than just what type of building to construct – where to locate it, finance it and whether to lease or own are just as important. Being a full-service general contractor means that you can provide expertise to companies on these subjects, maintains Evans General Contractors Executive Vice President Jeff Jepson.
“We have lots of partners,” Jepson notes. “Generally, a client will ask the contractor to give them a price for the building, but the contractor doesn’t really give the client’s leadership team the information they need to make a business decision.”Read More
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