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Initiating manufacturing operations in a newly built pharmaceutical facility is a demanding process for any organization. Here the technology transfer team is responsible for both assuring that the facilities meet the design requirement as well as successfully transfer all products to the new site. Understanding the costs, benefits, and risks of multiple solutions requires complex modeling. A top-tier Medical Technology Company and PMA Consultants have been collaborating in evaluating diverse strategies to expand global production capacity. A key component of the growth strategy requires the transfer of specific operations to a new facility, which requires identifying resource limitations, prioritization of needs early, and continuously throughout the dynamic project.

Jennifer Cipollini – Medical Technology Company

Jennifer has long-standing experience leading project managers in the transfer of new pharmaceutical products from R&D into GMP manufacturing locations. Last year, she embarked on a new role driving global transfer of pharmaceutical products to a new manufacturing site overseas.

Tim Stoll – Medical Technology Company

Tim is an accomplished real estate and construction management professional with over 5 million SF and $2 billion of development and construction work successfully completed. An expert communicator with strong leadership skills, able to distill complex technical issues into clear strategies and lead successful execution of real estate strategies.

Angel Arvelo, PMP, LEED AP – PMA Consultants

Angel has extensive experience delivering large complex projects for clients in multiple industries. His experience includes work with oil and gas, pharmaceutical/GMP, life science, alternative energy, power generation & utilities, civil infrastructure, as well as commercial development projects.

Blake Cuneo – PMA Consultants

Blake’s experience has been focused in the pharmaceutical, residential, and civil infrastructure industries. As a result of his experience, Blake has developed a specialization in scheduling and consulting, project and construction management, and overall project controls.

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