O PEC dispõe de cinco laboratórios, todos pertencentes à UFJF, para fornecer apoio às linhas de pesquisa. A descrição detalhada de cada um deles é feita a seguir:
The Construction Materials Laboratory has a set of machines, equipment, utensils and various tools that meet the vast majority of physical and mechanical tests on concretes and mortars, as well as their constituents.
The Image and Signal Laboratory has a classroom for 20 students, a bench for computers, work desks, a studio for capturing images, a cabinet for storing equipment and benches for experimental tests on small models.
The Materials Resistance Laboratory, one of the oldest of the UFJF Faculty of Engineering, has equipment that meets the vast majority of physical and mechanical tests of small and medium-sized structures.
The Paving Laboratory supports disciplines and analyses associated with paving in matters related to the characterization of asphalt materials and aggregates.
The Soil Mechanics laboratory consists of 4 (four) main sectors: a) characterization tests sector; b) shear strength sector; c) density testing and CBR sector; d) geology sector
The Environmental Quality Laboratory has a set of materials and equipment that meets most environmental analyses in liquid matrices (samples of natural water, drinking water, municipal and industrial wastewater), solid (soil and waste) and gaseous (atmospheric air, atmospheric emissions, process gas).
The Hybrid-Electric Propulsion Laboratory is part of the Electromechanical Conversion Group (GCEME) at UFJF, and is the first laboratory of its kind in the southern hemisphere, with a complete structure capable of supporting researchers in the multiple areas involved. It is a shared laboratory, and was built as a consequence of a partnership between researchers of the Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering BEng courses of the UFJF, as well as FAPEMIG (http://www.fapemig.br/) and EMBRAER (https://embraer.com/global/en). The lab will have a static test bench for a hybrid-electric propulsion aeronautical engine, capable of executing and studying series, turbo-electric and purely electric architectures.
LIFE is equipped with 40 (forty) computers, all connected to the internet. On these computers, basic text spreadsheets and presentations processing applications are installed. There are academic licenses for structural calculation software such as TQS and Eberick (twenty licenses each), in addition to four academic licenses for analysis programs using the finite element method SAP2000 and Abaqus (two licenses for each program). LIFE also has printers, scanners, multimedia projectors and a wireless network available for lab users. Undergraduate students at the Faculty of Engineering also have access to this laboratory.
The Postgraduate Programme in Civil Engineering (PEC) has the support of the UFJF library system. UFJF has a Central Library and 11 (eleven) Sectoral Libraries. All units are connected to the world wide web, with 70 computers at the Information Centre of the University Library, through which users access the internet and the collection, and another 8 (eight) computers that allow only access to the library collection. In the Sectorial Libraries, there are 300 computers, distributed in the Information Centres of the Academic Units, with access to the internet and to the library collection. UFJF libraries collections comprise books, reference works, periodicals, monographs, dissertations and theses. The number of works in the system is 63,467 titles and 181,046 copies. Finally, all computers on campus have access to the Portal CAPES (https://www.periodicos.capes.gov.br/), which is the national website that provides academics access to scientific information like papers, books, book chapters etc.
Its collection serves the various courses taught by the various Faculties of the UFJF. Its area is of approximately 800 m². Its collection in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and related areas has approximately 1,000 books.
It is located at the Institute of Exact Sciences (ICE). Its collection serves the various courses taught by ICE, such as Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and related areas. Its area is of approximately 200 m². Its collection in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and related areas has approximately 450 books.
It is located at the Faculty of Engineering, occupying an area of approximately 150 m², with 10 computers. It serves students and teachers of the Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Production Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computational Engineering, and Environmental and Sanitary Engineering BEng courses. Its collection consists of conventional engineering books and periodicals. Its collection in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and related areas has approximately 400 books.
New building with an area of approximately 2,350 m². Library presents approximately 31,800 copies of books in the technology area. In addition, this library has a study area with: a room with a capacity for 40 people; 8 individual study bays; 2 rooms for group studies, each with a capacity for 30 people; 1 40-door personal property locker.