What is The NAIC?
The National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) at the University of Warwick brings together academic excellence with real-life work experience offered by Jaguar Land Rover.
NAIC create and develop technologies to reduce dependency on fossil fuels and to help reduce CO2 emissions. As well as housing some of the most advanced automotive technology, the NAIC will also look to secure a strong supplier base in the UK.
This £150 million facility is a joint venture by car giants Jaguar Land Rover and the University of Warwick. The building has been designed to be clean and simple, its richness and quality come from its strong base and the heritage JLR brings. This is evident in the design of the front of the building which accommodates the main reception and exhibition area with a clear view of the Engineering Hall. Maintaining a high-quality aesthetic therefore was critical for the architect.
How Did We Help?
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To maximise moisture absorption, the system uses INTRAlux Elite fibre inserts which can absorb 5.4l/m². Manufactured from recycled Econyl yarn, the fibre contributes towards the buildings ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating.
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