Stephen A. Laurie joins AES

Stephen A. Laurie joins AES
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AES Clean Technology, design-builder of modular cleanroom solutions, announced today that Stephen A. Laurie, AIA NCARB has been named as its Vice President of Engineering. Laurie joins AES with over 24 years’ experience in the design of facilities for the PharmaBio industries.

“We are extremely happy to welcome Stephen to the AES team at this exciting time within our company” said Grant Merrill, President, and CEO for AES Clean Technology. “He understands the value of modular ceanroom design for risk reduction and faster speed to market. His experience working as a partner with AES is invaluable. Stephen has a track record of success and will make significant impacts on AES, helping us remain the best in class modular cleanroom provider.” Stephen will lead AES’ design group which includes in house architects and engineers, as well as spearhead product development and BIM execution. Stephen will report to Grant Merrill, President, and CEO of AES Clean Technology.

Stephen is a graduate of Drexel University in Architecture and comes to AES with over 24 years of Design and Leadership experience in the Life Sciences Industry.  As a licensed architect in 19 jurisdictions, including Alberta and Manitoba in Canada, Stephen has a wealth of experience in engineering, permitting, and constructing life science facilities. Not only does Stephen bring experience working at a high level in the PharmaBio industry, but he also has a long-term vision for the future of modular cleanrooms.

IntroducingFaciliflex Module

AES Clean Technology introduces Faciliflex Module, a transformational new concept in designing cleanrooms for the production of lifesaving therapeutics. Cleanroom design becomes as simple as mixing and matching separate pre-designed processing room configurations to create the most efficient, custom facility—with each processing room module designed to connect together and create a fully integrated, climate-controlled cleanroom. Faciliflex Module reduces client risks to production, design-build timelines, and escalating costs.