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Pearl Verma has four years of experience in providing electrical engineering consulting services to Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies both regionally and globally. Pearl has experience with preliminary design, detailed advanced design, quality assurance, validation phases, cross-functional cost estimates, developing specifications, and project summaries. Pearl has managed large expansion projects while ensuring standards and practices were met or exceeded. She is skilled in writing and reviewing project scopes, cost forecast and accruals, scheduling, building code requirements, and construction processes. Her project experience includes various types of facilities including manufacturing plants, warehouses, and laboratories. Pearl is pursuing her Master’s in Business Administrative at New York University.
- Rutgers University, B.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Minor in Economics
Mallinckrodt, St. Louis, MO – Design of a multi-level API production expansion featuring reactors, crystallizers, centrifuges, bulk packaging, and solvent recovery.
Gilead Sciences, La Verne, CA – Development of a 23 acre greenfield pharmaceutical manufacturing site including buildings for sterile manufacturing, packaging, central utility plant, warehouse, and office/laboratory.
Neutrogena, Los Angeles, CA – Major upgrade of a manufacturing facility including warehousing, compounding packaging, utilities and other infrastructure for a wide range of personal products.
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Devens, MA – Design of a new Cell Bank manufacturing area as well as a new dedicated bulk liquid nitrogen storage and distribution system.
GlaxoSmithKline, Mississauga, ON – Retrofit of an existing building to add a new manufacturing line including bulk unloading through mixing and filling / packaging of a Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory drug product as an ointment.
Boehringer Ingelheim, Ridgefield, CT – Design to replace and improve the heat transfer systems serving an existing kilo laboratory. The new systems will be able of achieving temperatures from -60°C to 160°C.
AbbVie, N. Chicago, IL – Retrofit of an existing facility to add a GMP clinical API manufacturing suite to enable small scale manufacturing of highly potent small molecules with a <1 µg/m3 containment level.