Our continued growth means that we are regularly recruiting for engineers and support staff with a range of experience.
Our landmark Rolls-Royce Factory of the Future building is a 6400 sq m facility including workshop, laboratory, office and conference space. The building was opened in 2008 with funding from ERDF and industrial partners, and extended in 2012.
The main open-plan workshop is focused on machining research, housing an array of state-of-the-art machining centres and other manufacturing equipment – see our capabilities pages for more detail. The workshop is designed to allow partner companies to develop and trial new technologies and processes before introducing them to their own factories.
The AMRC Composite Centre is based in an 1800 sq m extension to the original Factory of the Future, housing a general workshop and a controlled environment including high-spec clean rooms.
The AMRC Design Prototyping and Testing Centre is a radical expansion of the original AMRC building, which opened in 2004 as the anchor tenant of the Advanced Manufacturing Park.
The extended building is home to our Advanced Structural Testing Centre (ASTC) and the Design and Prototyping Group, including the Medical AMRC. Existing testing equipment in the building is being complemented by new rapid prototyping and structural testing facilities, creating a manufacturing design resource capability far beyond anything previously available in the UK.
You can find our more about our latest development, Factory 2050, here.