The Structural Timber Awards has recognised Ramboll’s timber expertise with a finalist nomination for ‘Engineer of the Year’ following our timber design for Cyber Quarter, a highly sustainable and aesthetically striking building with CLT frame, timber finishes, and glulam structure.
Greenburn Surface Mine has been recognised by Brownfield Awards as a Best Biodiversity Enhancement finalist for the restoration of habitats and creation of ecological enhancements at the East Ayrshire site.
The partnership delivering the Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation Programme are finalists for this year’s British Construction Industry (BCI) Awards. The team includes UKRI/NERC, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), Technical Advisor Ramboll, with NORR Architects and Turner and Townsend and Construction Partner BAM Nuttall, with their design partner Sweco and Hugh Broughton architects.
The Climate Change Committee’s report to parliament on progress in reducing emissions and adapting to climate change highlights a pattern of delayed policies and launched policies falling short on ambition and delivery. With the assessment offering more than 200 policy recommendations, we discuss some of the report’s key findings that need to act as the impetus for action.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Nathan Swankie as Country Director for Ramboll’s Environment and Health practice in the UK, filling the role previously held by Philippa Spence, who was recently named as UK Managing Director.
John Mullen, formerly SSE’s Director of Asset Management, has joined Ramboll to front the UK arm of its 1,600 strong global Energy business.
Ramboll's timber design lead, Alan Dowdall, co-presents “Hybrid timber and steel construction” on Tuesday 22 June as part of TRADA's online Structural Engineering Series and contributes to RIBA CLT book.
As part of Knepp Estate’s pioneering rewilding Wildland Project, a team of Ramboll volunteers are designing a wildlife bridge that will connect fragmented habitats and allow a larger region of West Sussex to be naturally transformed into a unique biodiverse ecosystem.
Congratulations to our three winners who have been recognised by the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) Awards for their contribution and expertise in the industry.
A new 74 metre wharf at British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) Rothera Research Station has achieved the first CEEQUAL award in Antarctica, gaining the highest rating available of ‘Excellent’.
Our 7th Continent Challenge team more than doubled their 600-mile target, travelling 1352 miles to promote sustainability in action and fundraise for Sport in Mind and UK Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Our biennial study reveals insights from architects, developers, contractors and investors across the Nordics, Germany & UK. The study focuses on – pandemic response, net zero carbon buildings, circularity, resilient buildings, certifications and future trends.