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Report - - Sanofi Aventis Laboratories, Dagenham, Essex - January 2016 | Industrial Sites | 28DaysLater.co.uk

Report - Sanofi Aventis Laboratories, Dagenham, Essex - January 2016


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Sanofi Aventis Laboratories

We really shouldn't of been able to get here :S 5 years old and it's immaculate. Everything fires up. Not sure of the repercussions as the site does definitely have security.
Another surprise. Had checked this a lot, and finally managed to get to a different side and go the whole way. I expected labs, but not quite like this. Lights, fumigation cupboards, Pharm-assists, cool spinning chairs, clean desks and whole wet rooms with fitted overhead showers. Animal testing? I don't know, but any laboratories like this remind me of a few other sites similar and they're always pretty weird.
Heading around here listening to various alarms on equipment whir away was nerve racking to say the lest. Pure adrenaline expecting to walk into a lab coat any second. Incredible place and another surprise.


History

Extracted from a local website:

“The Dagenham plant of the multi-national pharmaceutical manufacturer, Sanofi, has been
operating for 77 years.
Last year, the company won the prestigious Chemical Landmark Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for “pioneering research and manufacturing carried out on the site”. Today the business employs around 500 staff. In November 2009 the company
announced it would end production and leave the 108 acre site in 2013. Following decades of success in the area, this award-winning company is working hard with the Council and other key stakeholders to leave a strong, sustainable employment legacy.
The site is opposite Dagenham East underground station and offers easy access to central London, significant vacant brownfield land, dry and wet laboratory space, sterile and temperature-controlled buildings, air handling systems, micro labs and associated offices. All these facilities would be prohibitively expensive to build from scratch, underlining the hugely attractive offer the area provides.
The site is ideally placed for development as a leading-edge science park for individual companies or a university or group of universities. Some existing lab buildings can be maximised through development into individual units for research, or as the base for start-up companies active in research and development, biotech and the pharmaceutical or bioscience sectors.”
A lot has already been demolished and there's a lot left unexplored as of yet. Soon!


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Cheers​
 

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nice. Look similar to one we did years ago with troglodyte.

Nice find dude. :thumb
 

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