Facilities

Strongest Together

Founded with a single facility in 1977, the LAMPIRE Biological Laboratories of 2020 consists of multiple farm campuses and numerous high-tech laboratory processing facilities throughout Pennsylvania. Employing over 140 team members, encompassing over 600 acres and housing more than 5,000 donor animals, LAMPIRE is positioned to rise to the needs of our clients for many years to come. The following pages illustrate a small portion of the expertise and capabilities available at LAMPIRE's facilities.

Locations

With expansion, came additional office accommodations for the office support team members of LAMPIRE. The Ottsville Administrative Offices house customer service, marketing, IT, accounting and HR. Over the years, work flow reorganization of space and capital improvements have proven to reduce errors and improve LAMPIRE's ability to service our customers.

Built in 2007, the Everett Bioprocessing Laboratory is 18,000 square feet of state-of-the-art laboratory space. Just a short distance from the Everett Pharm Campus, this facility manages immunochemistry services, tissue processing, blood product processing and purification. Major equipment and space renovations, to meet client demand, has resulted in specialized contract manufacturing areas and attracted a talented, diverse workforce to LAMPIRE.

Acquired in 1986 and updated over the years, this 5,000 square foot laboratory's primary operational responsibilities are the collection and processing of specialty organ and tissues, abattoir related blood and material collection and processing and LAMPIRE's human blood products. While compact in size, with creative and innovative renovations, both the infrastructure and work flows were updated and adapted to meet the needs of LAMPIRE's clients.

Built in 1997, the Pipersville Biotech Research & Resource Center is 18,000 square feet of state-of-the-art laboratory space. With certified class 2, 5 and 7 rooms/hoods, this facility's manufacturing focus is on cell tissue culture, cell culture media, cell banking, viral transport media, purification, monoclonal antibody production and hybridoma development. Housed at the Resource Center is a high tech small animal vivarium.

Encompassing over 600+ acres, LAMPIRE’s Everett Farm Campus houses an extensive variety of closed donor herd species for the collection of custom antisera, donor sera and red cell production program. Our expansive property allows LAMPIRE to maintain over 30 unique animal vivarium, including controlled spaces for small laboratory animals as well as large domestic and more unique breeds. Our Farm facility is AAALAC accredited. Featured at this site is the small animal vivarium.

Established in 1982, the Ottsville Farm was the original 40 acre small and large animal facility, featuring an environmentally controlled animal vivarium and donor herd housing.