The Faculty of Engineering is home to a range of state-of-the-art facilities, enabling us to provide the highest quality teaching and carry out internationally leading research.
Mappin & The Heartspace
The Sir Frederick Mappin building has been the centre of engineering for the last 150 years and the Engineering Heartspace, which is housed under a new, curved glass roof, links together the Grade II listed building with the 1885 Central Wing.
A renowned facility for practical engineering education, the Diamond delivers the best quality learning and teaching opportunities to students, enabling them to become world-class engineers.
University of Sheffield Innovation District
Our world-leading translational research facilities are based at the heart of the University of Sheffield's Innovation District. The three centres, along with the AMRC, build upon the Sheffield City Region's manufacturing and digital strengths to support the UK Government's Industrial Strategy.
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing helps manufacturers of any size to become more competitive, by introducing advanced techniques, technologies and processes. It has become a model for collaborative research involving universities, academics and industry, worldwide.
Laboratory for Verification and Validation
The LVV is a unique facility for conducting vibration and acoustic testing across length scales and climatic environments, scaling up to real-world industrial application. It is one of the only openly accessible research facilities of its kind in the world.
The Integrated Civil and Infrastructure Research Centre (ICAIR) is a powerful experimental facility for investigating both underground and above ground infrastructure, using data, artificial intelligence and advanced manufacturing techniques to increase productivity in the design, construction and operation of civil infrastructure.
Royce Translational Centre
One of the prestigious Henry Royce Institute facilities, the Royce Translational Centre is home to Royce at Sheffield and the metal research group of the AMRC, the National Metals Technology Centre (NAMTEC). It accelerates the transfer of knowledge to industry in the field of Advanced Metals Processing.