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CSIC secures additional Partners

last modified Dec 06, 2017 12:21 PM
CSIC has secured a number of new Partners, bringing the current total of Phase Two collaborators to 24.


Working with CSIC offers Partners a range of benefits, including targeting new market opportunities and developing solutions to industry challenges. Partners are invited to provide input on the development of policy and standards around innovation, to collaborate in field deployments of new technologies, and attend CSIC workshops, and symposia. 

The CSIC Partner Strategy Day, held in November, was attended by 65 Partners and CSIC researchers who participated in four discussion sessions that brought focus to: Infrastructure Design, Assessment and Construction; Asset Management and Operation; Cities and Sensing and Measurement. The event gave Partners the opportunity to highlight specific areas of interest and concern which will help to inform CSIC’s agenda and shape future collaborative projects. 

The next CSIC event Cybersecurity for Smart Infrastructure workshop, on 12 January, will discuss the implications of cybersecurity and explain some of the support and solutions available. For further information see:

CSIC continues to welcome interest and applications from prospective Phase Two Partners. To find out more about working with CSIC and the range of partnerships available, contact:  Tian Wu on

Current CSIC Industry Partners include:

8Power Limited



Bentley Systems

BP International Ltd

Cementation Skanska


CH2M Hill




Environment Agency

Highways England


Hyperion Infrastructure Consultancy Ltd

Laing O Rourke

Mott MacDonald


PA Consulting Services Limited

Plowman Craven Ltd (PC Monitoring)

Purrmetix Limited



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