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Total Facility Solutions Opens Hygienic Fabrication Center


Total Facility Solutions (TFS), a specialty contractor and services company focused on critical process infrastructure, completed the company’s first certified hygienic fabrication facility dedicated to the US life science market. Located in Burlington, North Carolina, the facility will provide hygienic and high-purity piping fabrication, stainless-steel skid fabrication, and field installations.

Off-site fabrication in a controlled environment has the benefits of cost-effectiveness and minimizing the number of people at the construction site area, which makes the site safer, notes the company. “Moving man-hours from a customer site to a regional fabrication facility helps us streamline our work,” said Joe Cestari, TFS president, in the press release. “Reducing congestion in the facility also reduces risk to safety, quality and schedule, all while meeting the stringent hygienic standards of the life science market.”

Source: Total Facility Solutions

 

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