Bernstein & Associates, Architects ( announces that a new article on usp 797 facility design has been published in Health Facilities Management.

Entitled “Clean Spaces: A look at the revised and reissued USP 797 pharmacy design regulation”, it was written by company principal William N. Bernstein, AIA. The article is a review of the new, 2008, usp 797 guideline, in terms of its impact on the design and construction of usp 797 compliant facilities. For further information […]

Architect’s New Cancer Center Pharmacy Goes into Construction

Bernstein & Associates, Architects, is pleased to announce that a new usp 797 compliant pharmacy, designed by the firm, is now in the construction phase. The phased pharmacy construction project is located at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, one of the nation’s premier cancer centers. The pharmacy project is a complete reconstruction of the pharmacy. […]

EMSL analytical offers analysis for USP 797 samples

The new USP 797 guidelines are designed to prevent the improper handling and contamination of sterile compounds for certain drugs or biologic preparations. These items include: 1) baths for live tissues and organs, 2) opthalmics, 3) parenterals, 4) tissue implants, 5) aqueous nasal and bronchial inhalations 6) irrigating solutions. The guidelines impact not only the […]

PathCon® Announces USP 797 Airborne Microbes Initiative

Environmental sampling program provides a comprehensive solution for compliance MYRTLE BEACH, SC. (April 21, 2009, Controlled Environment Testing Association Annual Meeting) PathCon Laboratories, the pathogen control experts, today announced an initiative to assist pharmaceutical compounding facilities with US Pharmacopeia (USP) Regulation 797 compliance. The program provides a comprehensive laboratory analysis solution for facilities looking to […]

New Article Published on Greening the Healthcare Environment

Bernstein & Associates, Architects is pleased to announce the publication of a new article on greening the healthcare environment. The article has been published in the May 2009 edition of Hospital Newspaper. The article discusses opportunities to introduce green or sustainable design principles into a healthcare environment. The article references the LEED for Healthcare Green […]

New Article Published on Trends in Pharmacy Design and Operations

Bernstein & Associates, Architects is pleased to announce the publication of an article on recent trends in pharmacy design and pharmacy planning. The article was published in the June 2009 edition of Pharmacy Design, the pharmacy design and pharmacy planning website, located at – Pharmacy design has been undergoing dramatic changes in recent years– […]

Connecticut Clean Room Corporation expands product line to include USP 797, safety and additional industrial products

Bristol, CT — Connecticut Clean Room Corporation, a manufacturer, distributor and converter of special products that meet all critical manufacturing, industrial and sanitary standards has recently expanded its product line to include USP 797, safety and additional industrial products. “Our expanded product line enables us to better meet the needs of our current customer base, […]

Architect Selected to Design New State-of-the-Art Pharmacy in California

Bernstein & Associates, Architects is pleased to announce it has been selected to provide architectural design and equipment planning services for a new hospital pharmacy in Santa Barbara, CA. The pharmacy will be designed to meet the latest best practices in pharmacy design, usp797, and the most current pharmacy automation equipment. Bernstein & Associates, Architects […]

New Article on Pharmacy Equipment Planning Published

Equipment Planning, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of a new article about pharmacy equipment planning. The article was published on Pharmacy Design (, the website focused on pharmacy design and pharmacy equipment planning. The article discusses the following equipment planning concepts for a mail order pharmacy: – an aesthetically pleasing pharmacy environment, combined […]