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  December 18, 2017
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CRB Consulting Engineers Inc.

655 Craig Road
St. Louis, MO 63141
Toll free: 877-4-CRBUSA

Phone: 314-997-1515
Fax: 314-997-6117

Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.


Clark, Richardson & Biskup (CRB) provides engineering and related technical services supporting biotech process development and manufacturing. Professional staff includes over 150 engineers and bioprocess focused support staff. Dr. Ken Jacobson and Dr. Kim Nelson each have over 20 years experience and are recognized as industry leaders in scale up and design of bioprocess operations especially for GMP processes. Many of CRB’s process engineers have over 10 years operational experience working as employees of companies producing or developing biotech products.

Professional staff has expertise in most bioprocess technologies for both human and veterinary drugs and medical devices. In addition, our staff possesses exceptional (and perhaps unique) expertise in oligonucleotides and peptides. Services range from process development and scale up support through detailed production facility design and operations training and support. We can help take your innovation from bench scale through production and ready for distribution.

Last update of this entry: before October 1999.

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