How we work with infrastructure companies

Helping infrastructure companies introduce advanced manufacturing techniques and new technologies to transform their projects.

Road infrastructure from above

Working together

Physical Infrastructure Innovation

Most of the UK’s physical infrastructure (e.g., bridges and tunnels) is over 70 years old. We’re helping to develop the next generation of low carbon build and maintenance.

Communication and Data

We can help you harness the power of data through broadband and 5G. Real-time automation, monitoring and tracking, alongside remote operation and training, can transform your plans for national infrastructure.

Transforming logistics and supply chains

We can help you to develop and optimise your supply chain, looking for savings in cost and emissions.

Off-site Manufacture

With our deep expertise in manufacturing and engineering, we bring insights from all industries to the off-site production of infrastructure components and subassemblies, helping you to cut costs and emissions.

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Engineering partners in 2020/21

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Total R&D directly linked to our activity in 2020/21

The High Value Manufacturing Catapult works with thousands of businesses each year. We’re helping infrastructure companies introduce advanced manufacturing techniques and new technologies to transform their projects.

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