Norman Goldschmidt

  PhotoVice President and Principal, Genesis Engineers, Genesis is a consulting A&E firm, specializing in innovative, energy efficient designs for BioPharmaceutical clients. Norman has over 25 years of experience in conceiving, designing and delivering efficient facilities and processes.

Prior to joining Genesis, Norman served in numerous capacities during 20 years with Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS). Starting as a Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager and culminating as Executive Director, Global Engineering for Strategy and Design. His industry experience spans the many types of facilities and processes necessary to bring a drug to market - from R&D through Manufacturing - for Pharmaceuticals, Biologics and Medical Devices.

Mr. Goldschmidt studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Buffalo and Engineering Management at the State University of New York. He holds 4 patents for innovations in HVAC and Pharmaceutical Processing, is an International Standards Organization (ISO) US TAG Delegate and US Expert Delegate to ISO 14644 WG 13 on Energy Efficiency in Cleanrooms and ISO 14644 WG 4 on the Design and Construction of Cleanrooms. Norman provides consulting support to Genesis’ many clients as well as the NIH and NSF.

Norman was also the Lead Author of the ISPE Good Practice Guide for HVAC as well as an author of the new ISPE Baseline Guides for Biopharmaceutical Facilities, Oral Solid Dosage Products, Sterile Products, and Laboratories. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, US instructor for ISPE training class “HVAC and Environmental Control” and trainer for NSF, ISPE, ASHRAE and Regulatory Agencies.