Ramboll’s team of experts will be monitoring discussions during COP26 and offering summary comments and reactions to the negotiations and surrounding activities and discussing the impacts for governments and businesses alike.
Laing O’Rourke’s annual Supply Chain Awards that recognise outstanding, performance, safety productivity and sustainability were presented on 5th October in an online ceremony, where Ramboll was chosen as their innovation winner.
Guy Milligan - Energy Strategy & Planning specialist at Ramboll, responds to the governments anticipated 'Heat and buildings strategy'.
We are delighted to have climbed to 7th position in the Top 150 Consultants league table from Buildings (up from 9th in 2019), as well as maintaining our position as 6th in their Top 50 Engineers index.
Premiering at the 2021 London Design Festival, Velux’s The Cube, a timber structure with mirrored interior installation, offers South Bank visitors a chance to rest, recuperate, and reflect during a unique natural light experience with supporting immersive sound installation.
RIBA has revealed the six-strong Stirling Prize shortlist and include two Ramboll projects, Tintagel Castle Footbridge and Cambridge Central Mosque, as contenders for the UK's most prestigious architecture award.
Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser, CEO, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has officially opened the £105m Henry Royce Institute, the UK’s national institute for advanced materials research. Operating with its Hub at The University of Manchester, the Institute is a Partnership of nine leading institutions.
Building Awards has selected Ramboll as a finalist for ‘Engineering Consultant of the Year’, recognising our achievements, outstanding work and contribution to industry over the past 12 months.
Scotland’s Climate Emergency Response Group (CERG) has today launched a report outlining the key actions the Scottish Government must take now to accelerate their response to the climate emergency.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Mortimore as our UK Science Sector Market Lead. As an Architect specialising in the design of science facilities, Rebecca comes with over twenty-five years’ experience in delivering complex science and translational research buildings.
UK Managing Director, Philippa Spence, reflects on the latest report from the IPCC.