Ramboll estimates that by 2030, the company will have reduced upfront embodied CO2 emissions from its new building projects globally by 2.5 million tonnes per year compared to 2021. This corresponds to the total annual CO2 emissions from 400,000 Britons.
AIMP partners British Antarctic Survey, BAM, Ramboll and Sweco are at this year’s Autodesk University Conference (AU 2022).
With 8.3% organic growth, Ramboll delivers the best half-year organic growth in 10 years, led by strong growth within sustainable solutions particularly in green energy and low-carbon buildings.
We are pleased to announce that Bernard Conroy has joined Ramboll as Building Services (MEP) Director and takes a place on the UK science sector leadership team, further strengthening the team’s multi-disciplinary expertise.
Ramboll is pleased to announce that Johnny Ojeil has joined to lead our UK Transport Planning team, further enhancing our transport planning offer.
Ramboll LGBTQ+ employees and allies, their partners, friends, and family joined community group Families Together London on Saturday 2nd July to celebrate 50 years of London Pride.
Today international non-profit Climate Group, in partnership with World GBC and WBCSD, launches ConcreteZero, with a goal of 100% net zero concrete by 2050. 17 pioneering businesses have made the public commitment which includes ambitious short-term commitments to use 30% low emission concrete by 2025 and 50% by 2030.
Early career researchers are invited to apply for the 2022 Flemming Bligaard Award, a EUR 65,000 prize which recognises ground-breaking research that helps to improve mental health in urban environments, and enables sustainable change for the benefit of people, nature, and society.
A team of volunteers from Ramboll and NGO Bridges to Prosperity have built the Gikombe Trailbridge, providing safe year-round access to vital resources for nearly 4,000 people in the communities of Irebero and Rubete, in Kicukiro.
Today on National Windrush Day, the new, National Windrush Monument designed by renowned Jamaican artist Basil Watson has been unveiled. Ramboll acting as Technical Advisors to the Windrush Committee and Ministry of Levelling Up supported the project on a pro bono basis with coordination and technical expertise.
A team of 10 Ramboll employees from seven countries travel to Rwanda to help construct a trailbridge crossing over the Gikombe river channel that gets flooded by storm water, preventing safe passage for the residents of the surrounding communities to reach critical resources.