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Ramboll is set to travel the distance of the South Pole to promote sustainability in action and encourage personal accountability when caring for our environment. Our 7th Continent Challenge team will collectively walk 600 miles, inspired by polar explorer Robert Swan who travelled the equivalent distance to the South Pole surviving solely using renewable energy. The challenge is raising money for Sport in Mind and UK Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Ramboll receives the Pioneer Award at the Structural Timber Awards for our contribution to pushing the boundaries of the material in its application to volumetric timber modules, our leading role in the work on the timber office concept, and inspiring social change with regards to mental health with the ‘Talk to Me’ sculpture.
The project design team who will draw up plans for Cambridge Children’s Hospital has been announced today. The team will be led by professional services company Turner & Townsend and will include Ramboll providing all engineering services and experienced architects in a unique partnership between Hawkins\Brown and White Arkitekter.
Ramboll's Sustainable Buildings Market Study reveals insights from architects, developers, contractors and investors across the UK and Scandinavia on the latest drivers and trends related to sustainable development. Read the report which contains practical recommendations to navigate the challenging decisions and dilemmas relating to sustainable construction and certifications.Read the report here
Ramboll analysis shows building systems are being over-designed, often with 50% more capacity than is ever needed. Find out how engineering in extreme environments has informed leaner design in the UK.Read the paper here
Heating, cooling and electrical systems in new buildings across the UK are regularly designed with 30 or even 50% more capacity than they will ever need. This is bad for the bottom line and bad for our planet. By embracing data driven design the industry can reduce capital expenditure, cut carbon emissions, reduce energy consumption and deliver more healthy and sustainable buildings.