Transforming our infrastructure is a critical factor in reaching the UK’s Net Zero commitments. It shouldn’t have to be a choice between progress and the planet. Our Printfrastructure clients are leading the way in low-carbon concrete printing.
Working with United Utilities, we achieved a first in the UK by installing and beginning to use 3D concrete printed components – with significant carbon, cost and labour savings.
The partnership has led to the successfully design, 3D-printing and installation of a wastewater chamber at one of the utility company’s sites in Cumbria.
Contact us to find out how this technology can be adapted and deployed across the utilities sector.
Working with HS2’s London tunnels contractor SCS JV (Skanska Costain STRABAG Joint Venture), we created the UK’s first onsite Printfrastructure Hub.
We were proud to demonstrate the first onsite 3D print of a concrete asset in the rail industry that has gone through a CAT 3 check and will be installed as part of the HS2 programme.
It’s a great example of how people and robots can work together for a greener, digital future.
Printfrastructure has immense potential to support National Highways in its strategy to create smarter, digital roads that connect people, businesses and communities.
We believe greener, safer, digital construction could play an important role in creating sustainable bridges, culverts and barriers.