How IPD Can Deliver for Life Sciences

January 1, 2020

Life sciences is facing a number of disruptors: novel cell and gene therapies that will revolutionize manufacturing, drug delivery and pricing models; a battle for the best and brightest talent; political and public pressure on the price of medication as well as the implications of the fourth industrial revolution. These factors combine to make investment decisions more challenging. With life sciences firms placing an increasing focus on the most efficient use of capital and shorter delivery times, project delivery providers are striving to come up with leaner and more innovative strategies and solutions to meet these needs. Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is one such strategy.

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