Engineering Project Management for Process and Facility Improvements and Innovative Technology Implementations
· Equipment budget estimation, throughput analysis, and facility conceptual, detail, and improvement design consultation.
· Generate and execute validation protocols to evaluate, qualify, and maintain pharmaceutical and biotechnology systems using a risk based approach.
· Provide the required competencies, skills, procedures and systems to ensure asset reliability and allow manufacturing engineering to focus on their goals.
· Propose, initiate, process and close Global Change Controls and Work Orders to minimize system risk while maximizing quality and availability.
· Provide assessments for deviations, lead investigations, and facilitate closure of associated CAPAs.
· Create and update Process and Instrumentation Diagrams, job plans, and procedures to incorporate best practice strategies that maintain regulatory compliance while improving equipment and process utilization.
Tim Armstrong has 17 years of professional experience consulting for the pharmaceutical, chemical, paper, and energy industries; this includes projects at multiple biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. In particular, his biotechnology and pharmaceutical work includes: project management, handover/turnover leadership, process engineering, change control, managing startup projects for Single-Use Disposables suites, leading facility and maintenance projects, commissioning and validating process and utility equipment, assembling user specifications, and writing, executing, and reviewing engineering studies.
Mr. Armstrong received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.S. in Pulp and Paper Science and Technology from North Carolina State University. Mr. Armstrong also holds an MBA from NCSU. Additionally, Mr. Armstrong has a deep interest in energy efficient technology implementation and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP)