This new manufacturing facility will be BMS’s first CAR T cell therapy production centre in Europe and fifth in the world. It will house the latest technology and production equipment, dedicated to personalised treatments for European cancer patients.
The students are currently studying for a BSc in Quantity Surveying, it was a fantastic opportunity to walk the site with them showcase the project progress to date on this large-scale biopharmaceutical facility. It was a pleasure to have the TU Dublin Lecturers Alan Hore, Tony Cunningham, Roy Byrne, Fiarcra McDonnell and Seamus Harrington accompany the students on their visit.
We would like to commend Sisk Project Manager Daire Greene and his team for for facilitating us throughout the duration of the visit.
Our sincere thanks to BMS Project Director Derek Finn for joining us at an offsite breifing to share a powerful overview of the project, detailing the unique pioneering technology that will be used at the facility and the life changing affects it will bring to cancer patients in Europe with certain aggressive blood cancers.
Lastly, we extend thanks to the the STS Group Site Team, John Hanley, Fergal Condon, Conor Ahern and Denise Walsh, for all their help and support in making this visit possible.
STS Group Journal
October 02 2023
STS Group Sponsors SETU Wildcats
We’re delighted to share that we are main sponsors of the SETU Waterford Wildcats Senior Basketball Team.
Founded in 1983 the club is one of the leading women’s basketball clubs in Ireland.…read more
June 21 2023
STS Group Awarded AWS Horizon Award
STS Group were delighted to be in attendance for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Business Breakfast hosted in Dublin this week. It was a great opportunity to meet with industry peers and partners…read more
March 08 2023
International Women’s Day 2023
Happy International Women’s Day!
To celebrate the day, STS Group Managing Director, Richie Hogan, shared a special message with the female employees across the group. Richie expressed his…read more