The structural size in microelectronics decreased over recent decades. This development will continue in years to come in order to achieve higher performance in ever smaller components for less cost.

The research concerning materials, processes and structures in the nanometer scope serves the development of computer chips beyond tomorrow. The ongoing adaption in size of nanoelectronic parts to biologic molecules might lead to merging nanoelectronics and biotechnology in the future. In the organic sector nanoelectronics could also become helpful.

We as architects, engineers, clean room and laboratory planners are proud of being given the opportunity to implement institutes and research buildings for these future orientated fields of study.



  • Comprehensive Consulting and Design

  • architecture

  • Technical Service Engineering (MEP)

    Clean Room Design / Clean Room Technology

  • clean room classes ISO 1 – 9

  • temperature stability < ± 0.1 K

    Ultra-Pure Media

  • DI-water production and -supply

  • ultra-pure vapour, ultra-pure compressed air, ultra-pure gases

  • ultra-pure chemical supply

  • process gases, process cooling water supply

  • gas detection, leak detection

  • process waste water treatment / neutralisation

  • waste-air and exhaust-gas treatment

  • safety-management

  • layout design

  • equipment hook-up

  • fit-up
  • supervision and control

  • feasibility studies


  • EPFL – CMI Center of Micro NanoTechnology

  • Christian-Albrecht-Universität zu Kiel

  • ETH Zürich

  • Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Forschungszentrum Jülich

  • Tel Aviv University - Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Centre

  • Universität Kaiserslautern

CRC Clean Room Consulting GmbH

Badenweilerstr. 4

79115 Freiburg


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