Peter Wieczkowski

Peter Wieczkowski
Associate, Pharmaceutical Services
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P: 816-822-4260
F: 816-822-3416

Burns & McDonnell Pharmaceutical
and Biologics Team

Craig Spidle
"OrthaEPCist"

Craig Spidle has delivered safe, successful construction and design-build projects, with particular expertise in cGMP design and construction, for more than 30 years. He has managed multimillion-dollar projects, including vaccine, insulin, anti-bacterial ointment and tablet-manufacturing facilities, blood fractionation facilities, and research facilities for the animal and human health industries.

Among his projects: the $140 million Abgenix Clinical manufacturing facility in Fremont, Calif.; a $50 million vaccine manufacturing facility for Emergent Biosolutions, Lansing, Mich.; a $57 million pediatrics cancer research building at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; and facilities for Tyco/Covidien, Pfizer, Baxter Healthcare, Hoffman LaRoche and Eli Lily. Spidle's solution >

Jamie Wolfe
"Clinical Pipestition"

With more than 20 years of experience in piping design, tank fabrication, field engineering and construction management, Jamie Wolfe creates solutions for a client list that includes Bayer, Eli Lilly & Co., Genzyme, Wyeth BioPharma, Pharmacia & Upjohn and Roxane Laboratories.

As piping group leader for multimillion-dollar projects, Wolfe provides services from feasibility studies, process development, and site and equipment layout through design and construction supervision. His command of the 3D PDS design tool and other industry software allows him to efficiently manage staffing, budgets, schedule and quality for piping design programs exceeding 50,000 work-hours. Wolfe's solution >

David Leever, PE, LEED® AP
"HVAC Diagnostician"

David Leever is a design engineer with expertise in process HVAC for the pharmaceutical industry, including energy-saving systems and system controls. His clients have included Bayer, Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health, Hospira and Abbott Labs.

Leever served as lead mechanical engineer for the $117 million Medical Instruction Facility at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas; the grid-independent energy system at Shands Cancer Center in Gainesville, Fla., and numerous other facilities designed for LEED® Silver or Gold certification. Leever's solution >

Kris Chatrathi
“Capacity Diagnostician”

Kris Chatrathi, Ph.D., has 23 years of experience with emphasis in biopharmaceutical process and facility design, process simulation and throughput maximization.

He has been responsible for conceptual, detailed and final design of multi-product biopharmaceutical facilities with capital budgets ranging from $10 million to $75 million; and for processes using microbial and cell culture bioreactors up to 15,000 liters in volume. That experience includes centrifugation, filtration, chromatography, and all associated process and process utilities unit operations. His expertise extends to feasibility analysis of newly developed processes, environmental impact of process waste, process heat transfer, and BSL-3 and BSL-2 facilities. Chatrathi's solution >

David Findlay, AIA
“Process Architecturist”

David is a registered architect with 15 years of experience. As lead architect for process facilities, he coordinates architecture and engineering for design of buildings and structures that meet client needs — including material and people flows to maintain the cleanliness required in pharmaceutical processing.

He is experienced in site layout, scheduling, accounting and estimating; project management and construction. David’s portfolio includes work for Bayer, SAFC and Unilife. Findlay's solution >