Polyganics, a medical technology company developing, manufacturing and commercializing bioresorbable medical devices, is expanding its capacity with a new facility at the Zernike Campus, Groningen, to enter a new phase of commercial and R&D growth.
Design and planning
Polyganics will build a dedicated new site, which will house its headquarters, state-of-the-art research laboratories and expanded manufacturing and packaging facilities. The purpose-built facility will provide the space to ensure that the company can continue to develop and deliver a reliable supply of bioresorbable medical devices to its customers and remain at the forefront of research and manufacturing excellence. Sax Architecten designs the building, in collaboration with Ingenieursbureau Dijkhuis and Installatiebedrijf Deerns.
As planning stands, construction will start in the beginning of 2020 and will be finished in 2021.
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