Management Team
Mike Connor

Mr. Connor’s experience spans several market sectors from commercial construction to laboratories and research facilities to pharmaceutical manufacturing and machine development.  He led a design and construct team that constructed 10,000 SF of cGMP space containing Category II controlled substances to produce Phase II and Phase III clinical supplies in just 107 days.  The story of this project was published in the January 1999 issue of ISPEAK - the newsletter of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE).  This was the first published advocacy of using enhanced commissioning to accomplish validation efforts - leading directly to time and money savings.  Also published by Mr. Connor in the Journal of Validation Technology (February 1997) is a method for alignment of project information using a common database - now one of the major tenants of Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) 5 published by ISPE in 2008.  Named “Engineer of the Year – 1996” by the Atlanta Chapter of the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers.  For full CV click here.

Jeff has over 30 years of experience as a practicing architect with the last 25 years focused on research and development facilities for the bio/medical, cleanroom and pharmaceutical sectors.  Jeff has programmed, designed, managed, and peer reviewed such facilities on a worldwide basis.

His experience ranges from academic research laboratories to vivaria, drug development and research (GLP/GMP), and nano-technology facilities and he is sought as a speaker on the design of these facilities from an integrated architecture-engineering approach. For Full CV click here.

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As a scientist, Mr. Watson was a member of the team that developed the first medical application of ultrasound, the first physiological data telemetry system, and the first remote controlled anesthesia device for animals.  As former Director of Academic Services and Manager of Health Sciences Facilities at the University of Washington, Mr. Watson’s expertise encompasses virtually all aspects of capital planning, management and program development.  As a facility programmer and designer he has planned major scientific facilities for universities, research institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and local, state and federal agencies.  His facility design work has included traditional wet-bench labs, teaching and research labs, biotechnology, fabrication and process, medical, and telemetry/telecommunications.  Mr. Watson has authored over twenty major publications in professional journals and texts in the field of cardiovascular physiology and together with Mr. Connor, has conducted over 10 nationally recognized seminars on biological containment facilities design.  He has served on the Board of Advisors of Claris Corporation and the Apple University Consortium.  Mr. Watson is currently a member of the IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee) at a major cancer research center.  For a full CV click here.

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