Ramboll's UK Managing Director Philippa Spence is the new Chair of the Environmental Industries Commission's (EIC) Advisory Board.
The next phase of the British Antarctic Survey’s modernisation programme is set to begin with a 6-month construction season at the Rothera Research Station. The station is the UK’s largest Antarctic research and operations hub that supports leading researchers in frontier science in the region.
Build of a new breakwater is part of Italy’s most important economic growth project.
The environmentally conscious refurbishment and employee wellbeing-informed design combine green ambition with modern ways of working.
Ramboll, Henning Larsen and Danish think-tank The Happiness Research Institute reveal the qualities within homes and neighbourhoods that positively impact residents’ wellbeing in the inaugural research report ‘Happy Home’.
With October marking Black History Month, Ramboll is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers UK (AFBE-UK), an organisation working to increase the number of ethnic minority people within the engineering industry.
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.