The team at the Agri-Informatics Building recently achieved practical completion on the Cranfield University site. This is the 2nd project R G Carter has completed for the client, with the first being the Aerospace facility known as the AIRC building.

The new two-storey building has created further research learning areas for students, with break out meeting room spaces, a small kitchenette area, toilet facilities and lift to the first floor.

Once occupied, the building will be home of the National Reference Centre for Soils and associated Land Information Systems, LandIS. It will be shared with Agri-EPI Centre who will focus on agri-tech research and innovation.