DME Alliance Engineering Consultants awarded $2M BioDefense Contract

DME Alliance Engineering Consultants awarded $2M BioDefense Contract

ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, October 5th, 2012 – DME Alliance, an engineering consulting firm specializing in the design of advanced technology facilities, has been awarded a federal biodefense contract worth over $2M to assist the US Department of Defense's (DOD) Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense. The focus of this effort will be directed toward the development, improvement, better understanding, and utility of single-use (disposable) system technology and its implementation in the DOD's Advanced Development & Manufacturing capabilities.

About DME Alliance Engineering Consultants
DME Alliance has provided process consulting, facility design and regulatory compliance services to advanced technology clients for over a decade. Team process facility design experience includes laboratories, pilot and production scale facilities for manufacturers in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, food, beverage and fine chemicals sectors. The combination of in-house process engineering expertise with comprehensive design capabilities for clean space and process utilities establishes DME Alliance as the supplier of choice for the conceptual and detailed design of expansion and renovation projects in regulated process facilities.

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Ryan Burns, 610-366-1744

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