The unification of separate
HNT supplied, or third-party
components into one single integrated system is the goal and function of HNT's Cleanroom
Project Management. Under this umbrella are Project Managers, Site Construction
Managers, Designers, Engineers, Testing Personnel, Estimators, Schedulers, Site
Supervisors and Installation Crews. Each of these positions is filled by experienced
professionals specifically trained in their individual disciplines and particularly
dedicated to the success of your project.
- Value Engineering
Our vast cleanroom experience, combined with our desire to meet every client's
individual needs, produces tailored solutions for each project.
Complete and accurate estimates are prepared rapidly using digitizers and an advanced
database developed by HNT specifically for cleanroom projects.
- CPM Scheduling
CPM scheduling is a factor in successful projects.
HNT utilizes Micro-soft Project as
- Quality Control
In each step of the process, from design and procurement through installation, our
Project Managers monitor and verify that project specifications are met and that
established installation procedures are followed.
- Build Clean Protocol
We are specifically trained in proper protocol standards, guaranteeing a clean
construction process. Adherence to these standards is assured through both education and
- Construction Staff
Our Project Management, Design and Site Construction Management staff members are
highly skilled, with many years of international experience. We believe in a team approach
with flexibility to meet clients' needs.
Our commitment to safety is vital to each successful project. On-Site Construction
Managers hold weekly safety meetings, with specific discussions and classes promoting
- Testing Services
Near the completion of a project, our testing department conducts leak scans, particle
counts, and air flow balancing to confirm room performance to specification and design
- Customer Satisfaction
Early involvement in a project by the Project Manager assures that the goals and
expectations of the end user are understood and subsequently incorporated into