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what do you need? >>>
Lab Planning Imaging Design Cleanroom Design
Staff augmentation Product Consulting

technology consultants >>>
For over 25 years, the consultants at Abbie Gregg, Inc. have been providing expert services to clients in a range of high tech industries. We have solved complex process and equipment problems. We have designed world class research and production facilities. We have supported our clients from R&D, to pilot line, to full production.
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professional engineers >>>
Our talented design staff includes industrial and architectural engineers, as well as licensed chemical, mechanical, and electrical engineers.
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process experts >>>
What sets AGI apart from other design firms is our deep understanding of the 'nuts and bolts' of advanced technology. Our team of experienced process engineers give AGI a unique insight into the needs of our clients.
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  what we do >>>
We provide innovative solutions to complex challenges. Our services include:
> Capacity, Operational &
> Financial Modeling

> Cleanroom, Imaging &
> Lab Planning and Design

> Design / Build Services
> Tool Procurement Support
> Tool Installation Design
> Construction Supervision
> Facilities, Maintenance &
> Operations Support

> Process Engineering

why choose AGI? >>>
See how our expert services have helped our clients reduce operating costs, while increasing efficiencies.
> Cost Savings / Reduction

AGI Featured News >>>
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AGI's Cleanroom Design for the Osceola County - FAMRC building becoming a reality
Abbie Gregg, Inc. is honored to be a part of the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (FAMRC) – an Osceola County Project The FAMRC Osceola County building is currently under construction and is a 2 story 100,000 sf semiconductor research / manufacturing facility on approximately 20 acres within the 400 acre property known as Judge Farm in the eastern Kissimmee area of Osceola County. Phase One (this project) includes shell space for the ultimate 100,000 sf facility and build out of cleanroom, office / laboratory and support spaces.

iCAMR is located in the FAMRC research park, which offers acres of permitted building space for those who wish to focus on development of advanced manufacturing technologies and take advantage of dedicated space without issues associated with permitting and utilities.

Click here for more information about the project.

Abbie Gregg, Inc. is very excited to share this Letter of Recommendation received from Domenic Russo, President of F.H. Chase, Inc.

At AGI, we strive to be the best at planning, design and construction of innovative advanced technology facilities and we couldn’t be prouder to be recognized by one of our peers.

The letter in part reads, “This letter is a recommendation for the Cleanroom design services of Abbie Gregg, Inc. We believe AGI’s designs are the most practical to build, result in the best finish quality and are at the cutting edge of today’s available technology.”

To read the complete letter, please click here.

AGI sponsors two Industrial Engineering Scholarships at Arizona State University – the Carl Bollinger Memorial Scholarship and the Lara Howard York Memorial Scholarship.

We are honored to not only be able to help young and talented students achieve their career goals but to also honor two of our respected, long-time employees who left us far too soon but who will never be forgotten.

To read the letter from ASU's Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, please click here.

FabTech© is a Microsoft Windows® based utility matrix software package designed by AGI. This information is typically used in the design of the facility, including process piping sizing and requirements, utilities demands, and more!

PROBLEMS? Utilities demands? HVAC design / engineering? Tool fit-up? Process piping sizing? Overall fab design? Facility system size?

ANSWER! AGI's FabTech Utility Matrix Program.

HOW? FabTech uses a database for each project and aggregates and diversifies all utilities, in groups specified by the user. The user generates a tool library to draw from.

2014 Additions >>>
> Provides diversification factors for each utility going to each tool.
> Customizable exhaust types
> DI water report showing makeup rate and AWN size based upon demand.
> Nitrogen report showing nitrogen tank sizes and refill frequencies based upon demand.
> Electrical – A new panel analysis tool has been added.

To learn more about FabTech and the newest updates, click here.

our credentials >>>
During our 30+ year history AGI has completed over 850 projects on 5 continents for university and government research, small startups and large commercial manufacturers.

award winning projects >>>
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
> Lab of the Year 2011, R&D Magazine

Arizona State University
Biodesign Institute

Lab of the Year 2006, R&D Magazine

Silterra Fab 1

> Fab of the Year 2002
> Semiconductor International
QMT MEMS Fab LBNL Molecular Foundry
Skyworks Solutions GaAs Fab Upgrade UMass Lowell ETIC Cleanroom

see our experts >>>
You can see AGI at these upcoming events. For additional info visit our news and events page.

July 12-14, 2016 // San Francisco, CA

Abbie Gregg, President of AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc., will be attending SEMICON West in San Francisco, California at Moscone Center. To set an appointment with Abbie, please email April Rossrucker, our Business Development Manager, by clicking here.

In the past 12 months, our industry has continued to undergo a series of unprecedented shifts. Increased involvement of systems integrators, massive industry consolidation, new device types, process and materials changes and a myriad of other developments are profoundly reshaping the competitive landscape— the days of business as usual are officially over.

SEMICON West is the one place where the new, interdependent supply chain comes together and the reimagined industry comes into focus. Here, not business as usual means that new players and demand generators, new programs, and new industry segments are all connecting in one place.

We cannot predict what will happen next, but one thing is certain. To be in a position to not just survive, but thrive, you'll want to connect to new opportunities at the completely new and re-engineered SEMICON West.

> Registration

recent events >>>
For additional info visit our news and events page.

UGIM 2016
June 12-15, 2016 // Salt Lake City, UT

AIA Convention 2016
May 19-21, 2016 // Philadelphia, PA

May 2-8, 2016 // Glendale, AZ

2016 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit
March 28-April 1, 2016 // Phoenix, AZ

International Electron Devices Meeting
December 7-9, 2015 // Washington, DC

press >>>
Articles of note regarding AGI and our projects.
R&D Magazine
Achieving the Optimal Fit-Out

The February 2013 issue of R&D Magazine focuses on the optimal laboratory fit-out and proper laboratory equipment. New technologies and changing attitudes about effective, efficient research impact the way laboratories are equipped. The Southwestern Center for Aberration Corrected Electron Microscopy (SW-ACEM) at Arizona State University is discussed in depth.
View AGI's project page.
Controlled Environments Challenges Equal Opportunities
When executed successfully, a retrofit or renovation can provide a state-of-the-art, updated cleanroom environment for today's newest technology research and manufacturing.
University of Chicago's Institute for Molecular Engineering

The University of Chicago's new William Eckhardt Research Center, scheduled to open in 2015, will consolidate the physical sciences and bring engineers to campus for the first time in the University's history, as members of the new interdisciplinary Institute for Molecular Engineering. The teaching and research facility creates new opportunities for collaboration between theorists and experimentalists.
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KAUST: An ambitious plan for a world-class research university in Saudi Arabia's desert spurs an unprecedented building project.

This interesting article ends with a Q/A with AGI's President, Abbie Gregg, regarding our involvement in this exciting project.
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