Key Market

Life Sciences

Advancing complex facilities across the globe

In a constantly changing industry where novel viruses emerge and new treatments evolve, manufacturers need innovative delivery partners who enable advanced, scalable facilities that keep pace with demand and ensure our future resiliency in human health.

Innovative and sustainable solutions delivered at pace

For over 50 years, Wood has helped to deliver the world’s largest and most complex pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and research & development facilities. Focused on enhancing the speed at which we bring transformative therapies and life-saving products to market, our passion lies in applying the latest process technology and design tools to simplify delivery and accelerate construction of sustainable projects.

Our services

Delivering the best value and solutions to our clients

Beginning with the end in mind, our team of experts are here to deliver the most complex Life Science projects. From strategy and design, through construction, start-up and CQV, we apply our expertise using the latest digital tools and lean delivery concepts to bring the best value and solutions to our clients.

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    Case study
    High containment lab design
    Case study of designing and delivering world-class high containment laboratories and infectious diseases units in Australia
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    Case study
    A world-class pharma facility for Saudi Arabia’s future
    When Pfizer needed a new manufacturing facility for the production and packaging of pharmaceuticals in Saudi Arabia, we partnered together with our client to provide a wide range of multidisciplinary services
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    Enabling conservation and biodiversity of our oceans
    An estimated three billion people rely on marine fish as a food source. Such demand has spurred overfishing and fueled the growth of fish farms. The aquaculture industry is increasing the demand on wild fish stocks further, with 20% of all wild caught fish being used to make feed for farmed fish, and 75% of all fish oil produced going to fed farmed fish.