There's Science in the Air

NoviSphere™ is a single-source provider of move-in-ready rarified, protected environments, including UV pathogen eradication technology that minimizes viral and bacterial contagion risks. Our engineer-designed products promote the health and safety of your environment’s occupants, as well as the cleanliness of any products being manufactured. We partner with you to plan, build, install, qualify, and validate your rarified environments, and offer continuous monitoring so that you never worry about contagion break-outs.

The NoviSphere™ Difference

• Standard, integrated configurable offerings
• Full life-cycle: configure, buy, install, validate, operate, maintain
• Exclusive, U.S. based certified supply for all products
• Commitment to business continuity and disaster recovery, with no single point of failure


The NoviSphere™ team brings expertise in air quality, engineering and test, facility design and construction, clean environments, product development, and much more from across a wide variety of industries, including aerospace and defense, semiconductor, foodservice and hospitality. We are the technical facility subject matter experts, freeing you up to perform your best research and clinical care in workspaces that optimize outcomes.


Paul Lockhart, CEO

“The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how vulnerable humans still are to simple pathogens such as viruses and bacteria. In NoviSphere, I found an opportunity to apply the rigors of space technology to helping society protect itself against infectious airborne diseases. I am excited to help lead our NoviSphere team in this important work.”

NoviSphere™ CEO Paul Lockhart was most recently Director of Engineering for PEMDAS Technologies. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Vencore, where he oversaw Vencore’s operations supporting NASA, NOAA and the Department of Defense.

During his tenure in this role, annual revenue of the Space Systems and Services Business Unit grew from $65 million in 2008 to $275 million in 2015. Paul also served as an astronaut in the Senior Executive Service at NASA and is a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions. In 2007, he retired from the United States Air Force after 25 years, having served as a fighter and test pilot. Paul holds a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas, Austin.