Integrated Project Services (IPS) has appointed a new leadership team for its New Jersey operations. David J. Brown has been named regional office manager and will continue to lead the project services and project controls teams that support client projects. Mr. Brown has 23 years of experience in project controls and mechanical engineering serving a variety of clients in the pharmaceutical, commercial, institutional, healthcare, government, and life sciences industries. His expertise includes bulk API manufacturing, fill and finish oral solid dosage, biotechnology, cell culture, purification, aseptic manufacturing, laboratories, pilot plants, central plants and utilities.
Patrick N. Boccio, PE was named director, project management and will lead key account management and project development activities for the NJ operations. Mr. Boccio has more than 20 years of experience in the design of pharmaceutical, commercial, retail, industrial and governmental facilities, as well as experience in the overall engineering/architectural designs and project management for over seventy high tech projects. His expertise includes pharmaceutical intermediate production facilities, high performance laboratories, pilot plant facilities, compressed air plants, chilled water plants, hazardous storage facilities, site wide fire alarm system upgrades, security control facilities, and data center critical systems.
Aaron Weinstein was named manager, compliance for the NJ operations. He has a broad range of experience in the areas of biopharmaceutical and API manufacturing, including facility, utility, and process equipment validation. He also has experience with thin-films manufacturing and medical device validation. He has audited validation programs for compliance with FDA and corporate requirements.
Mark A. Butler will continue as general manager, engineering and principal-in-charge of NJ operations. Mr. Butler has more than 24 years of experience in facility design, construction, and operations. His expertise is in the engineering and leadership of large, technically complex, engineering-intensive facilities. He is also a member of ISPE's Baseline Guide for Laboratories committee.
"Positioning our regional New Jersey office to expand our service offerings for the benefit of pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients is very exciting," said Dave Goswami, president of IPS. "We are confident that this talented Leadership Team will continue to offer the same level of expertise they are accustomed to—knowledge-driven, cost effective solutions. We remain committed to delivering high performance, technically complex facilities for all of our clients on time and on budget."