UKCRIC Bristol

The University of Bristol is a founding partner in the UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC) which will extract greater value from our infrastructure and cities, whilst simultaneously improving their sustainability and resilience, and improving the wellbeing of our citizens.

UKCRIC is a rapidly growing community of practitioners aiming to transform the way we think about future city infrastructure to deliver better value for money. Bristol has many distinctive capabilities to contribute.

Professor Colin Taylor, UKCRIC Bristol Lead

National Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction Facility

This new facility will be a versatile, state of the art laboratory offering near to full scale prototype testing facilities.

UKCRIC Bristol Infrastructure Collaboratory

The UKCRIC Bristol Collaboratory will establish Bristol as a ‘living laboratory’ to address shared infrastructure and city problems.

Follow the SoFSI Build

We will be highlighting construction progress with photo and video content that you can view here.

Collaboration opportunities

We want to work with academic, industry and other stakeholders to co-design the facilities to meet a range of stakeholders’ needs.

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