The experience of recent years in the conception, planning and execution of pharmaceutical and biotech buildings has led to the fact that the compatibility, synchronisation and interchangeability of individual systems is often very limited, especially when compared with the operating costs.

Far too often, low investment budgets and incomplete user requirements lead to the realisation of additive systems that are not optimised and coordinated with each other. Common rules to reduce and standardise interfaces are often abandoned for various reasons. The number of weak points increases with the increasing number of interfaces. This inevitably leads to higher cost benchmarks at lower qualities.

KOP. Modular planning
KOP has been developing and realising intelligent 3D matrices for pharmaceutical, biotech and other production and laboratory buildings for years. In horizontal and vertical grid systems, the foundations are laid for optimally coordinating and operating ideal conditions and configurations for manufacturing, packaging, logistics and support functions on the one hand, and cleanroom systems, building services and process technology on the other, based on the process sequences and requirements from the inside out.

This ensures a high degree of compatibility in the expansion up to the shell, in the routing from the producers to the consumption points and in the equipment and skid positions, among other things.

The result is consistent interface minimization with maximum holistic system coordination as well as high industrial, precise prefabrication, minimal compatible component diversity, modular sizing, faster construction times for use with shell, façade, clean room, locker room trades as well as the use of skids for process, media, HVAC, logistics and pre-installed route segments.

The consistent approach leads to KOP. Modular Planning to considerable advantages in terms of:

Fast realization with high cost security and optimum quality

  • Use of prefabricated and compatible components and elements, resulting in convertible modules that ensure precise budgeting.


  • Extremely high convertibility of the entire system, production platforms with high potential in terms of learnability, retrofittability, adaptability, optimization, functional changes in almost all systems even during operation
  • "Pre-defined matrix components" result in construction and function groups that can be realized and operated faster, more sustainably, more economically and in a more coordinated manner.