Life sciences broadly encompasses pharmaceuticals, medical devices and healthcare. The overall size of the Indian healthcare sector, one of the fastest-growing sectors, is expected to cross USD 133 billion by 2022 while the Indian pharmaceutical sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.4% in the near future and the medical devices market in India is expected to grow to USD 55 billion by 2020 (Indian Life Sciences Industry – An Overview). According to Bain & Company, the life sciences industry in India is all set to experience exponential growth due to a combination of demographic, regulatory and technological changes.
Bengaluru Lifesciences Park (BLP) offers bespoke facilities and offices to suit the needs of its occupants. With Multi-tenant buildings, an Incubation centre, Build-to-suit facilities and Integrated science parks, it will be equipped with the world’s best biotechnology infrastructure.
As the region’s first integrated community dedicated towards supporting life sciences entrepreneurs, SMEs and multinational enterprises, BLP will enable quality life sciences research and education for the betterment of life, society and the environment.
Some features that are unique to BLP include:
First and only lab space provider of Unique Flexi-labs
Best-in-class technical specifications to support a host of R&D activities
LEED and IGBC certified spaces that ensure highest energy efficiency
Worry-free and efficient waste management across facilities
Enhanced HVAC to support specialised technical environments
Flexible lab space formats co-located with key R&D clusters
Centralised gas & water distribution system for supply of compressed air and vacuum and raw and soft water
Shared amenities like conference rooms, cafeterias and recreational zones
Highest grade security with 24/7 surveillance and access control
Facilities with dedicated green landscaped areas and breakout spaces
Provision of “single pass air” in each lab suite
BLP is focussed on building the country’s best life sciences ecosystem that enables cutting-edge research and development to support the needs of a rapidly emerging life sciences industry.