More than a decade ago Cellmark revolutionised the way that forensic laboratories were designed and built in the UK by introducing clean-room technology to assist with contamination control and to support the use of high sensitivity DNA analysis techniques.
Our facilities comprise 9,000m² of total floor space including 3,500m² of laboratories. Our laboratories include seven different forensic cleanroom laboratory suites comprising 47 cleanroom laboratories, 17 GLP laboratories and two containment laboratories with level 2 and level 3 capability. Each laboratory facility is designed for business continuity with suitable UPS and generator supplies installed where necessary.
In addition to laboratory design and building project consultancy, we offer bespoke forensic training packages in a number of scientific disciplines, as well as training, mentoring and support in achieving ISO quality accreditation.
Cellmark has considerable experience of designing and delivering a broad range of forensic awareness and crime scene recovery training to police and military customers in the UK, as well as to overseas law enforcement clients, and as part of UK university MSc degree courses.
|2004||DNA Crime Scene Stain laboratory|
|2005||High throughput DNA reference laboratory (mouth swab)|
|2006||Specialist high sensitivity DNA facility|
|2006||Design and oversight of 1,850m2 laboratory build|
|2007||Forensic Casework search laboratories|
|2009||Forensic Casework search laboratories|
|2010||Chemistry and microscope laboratories|
|2010||Chemistry and biology search laboratories|
|2010||Forensic Casework search laboratories|
|2011||Toxicology lab build and additional search capacity|
|2011||Forensic Casework search laboratories and SEM room|
|2012||Forensic chemistry search laboratories|
|2013||Forensic consultancy, design and validation for British Army|
|2014||Forensic reagent manufacturing and chemistry search laboratories|
|2015||International forensic consultancy, design and training project|
|2018||DNA Crime Scene Laboratory at the EMSOU Arrow Centre|
|2019||DNA Crime Scene Laboratory at Cellmark’s Chorley laboratory|