BRE Centre in Innovative Construction Materials (BRE CICM)

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials (BRE CICM) conducts leading research, development and consultancy in the field of innovative and sustainable construction materials and technologies.

The Centre is leading the way in researching solutions to the environmental impacts of construction and infrastructure. Developing the use of radical, low-carbon building materials and reinforcement technologies for the construction industry, the Centre is assisting in reducing the UK’s eco footprint - vital to mitigate the projected doubling of cement-based CO2 emissions by 2050.

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Timber Engineering & Materials Science
Lime Engineering & Materials Science
Bamboo Engineering & Materials Science
Mortar Engineering & Materials Science
Hemp Engineering & Materials Science
Concrete construction Engineering & Materials Science
Polymers Engineering & Materials Science
Reinforced concrete Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2010 2022

Research Output 1997 2019

Distributed fibre optic sensing for monitoring reinforced concrete piles

Kechavarzi, C., Pelecanos, L., Nicholas, D. B. & Soga, K. Mar 2019 In : Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA . 50, 1

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Fiber optics
Piles
Monitoring
Reinforced concrete
Optical cables

Long-term deformation monitoring of CERN concrete-lined tunnels using distributed fibre-optic sensing

Di Murro, V., Pelecanos, L., Soga, K., Kechavarzi, C., Morton, R. F. & Scibile, L. Mar 2019 In : Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA .

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

tunnels
nuclear research
fiber optics
particle accelerators
health
Open Access
Extrusion
Kaolinite
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Desalination
Calcination