David E. Brande

Cleanroom Project Management, Inc.
Lead Consultant
David Brande brings 28 years of experience in the cleanroom industry. David was a founder and President of Contamination Control Technologies, Inc., for 19 years. The company specialized in providing cleanroom and biological containment certifications, as well as international consulting services, to the pharmaceutical, medical device and biomedical research industries until purchased by nnepharmaplan in August of 2005. David left nnepharmaplan in 2007 and is currently Lead Consultant with Cleanroom Project Management, Inc.
David served for six years (2006-2012) as Chairman of the ISO/Technical Committee 209 an international committee that oversees the two ISO standards governing cleanroom industries worldwide, known as ISO-14644 and ISO-14698 and the eleven documents they comprise.
David is a 1977 graduate from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors. David has been certified as an Accredited BioSafety Cabinet Field Certifier by NSF International, Cleanroom Performance Testing Supervisor by the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) and a Qualified HEPA/ULPA Filter Tester by the International Air Filter Certifiers Association (IAFCA).
David is an active member of International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE), Controlled Environment Testing Association (CETA) and Institute of Environmental Sciences & Technology (IEST). With ISPE he is a Past President of the Carolina South Atlantic Chapter and a member of the HVAC-COP Steering Committee. With CETA he served as President in 1996/1997, was recently Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Directors and currently Administrator of the CETA National Board of Testing (CNBT) charged with writing, both written and practical, test questions for certification tests administered to technicians worldwide. With IEST he has held voting Chairs on Contamination Control working groups that write recommended practices for the US cleanroom industry including: 002 (testing work stations), 006 (testing cleanrooms) and 034 (testing HEPA/ULPA filters).