R3 joins the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) as an Academia member
R3 has joined the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) as an Academia member.
The company is an independent testing consultancy service for Roads, Runways and Racetracks, established to bring years of academic research and knowledge from the highways laboratory at Ulster University to the wider industry.
Dr Campbell, Managing Director at R3 commented: “R3 are delighted to become members of LCRIG. Having the opportunity to actively engage with local authority decision makers and key industry figures on such a platform to drive the highways industry as a whole forward fits with our core values. We look forward to applying our research based approach to highway product development innovations with LCRIG and creating new mutually beneficial partnerships with other organisations.”
Innovation | Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 18 October 2021
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