The Equator Principles, the framework used by financial institutions to ensure large development projects have properly considered environmental and social impacts, has published a Covid-19 specific Guidance Note, developed by Ramboll.
Here is the latest news in Higher Education covering the growing trend for net zero carbon solutions, and two project updates.
The UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge collects the Major Project Award at the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2020 medals and awards.
The Institute releases new images to celebrate the building handover from earlier this year.
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde have won early stage funding to develop plans to tap into the geothermal energy contained within disused, flooded coal mines in Scotland.
Building owners and landlords can demonstrate their commitment to providing a healthy environment for their tenants and occupiers by achieving a Fitwel certification which now includes a ‘viral response’ module. And Ramboll can help you get there.
Ramboll is delighted to announce three new senior hires within our Building Services division
Ramboll, in collaboration with the Cycling Embassy of Denmark, has been appointed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (DLR) County Council to work on several active mobility initiatives. The work forms part of DLR County Council COVID-19 response, to facilitate safe walking and cycling for all.
Ramboll is providing engineering support to Linkcity, the selected development partner for the ‘Triangle’ site, the Evelina London Children’s Hospital extension.
Highways England appoints Arup and Ramboll partnership as Technical Advisor for Lot 5 of the next stage of the Roads Investment Strategy (RIS).
Key Ramboll leaders respond to the Chancellor's summer statement 'green investment package', which he says will help the UK to build back greener post-Covid and meet its target to reach net-zero by 2050.
As the UK Covid-19 lockdown restrictions begin to ease, Ramboll has launched a new, free interactive training app to help businesses prepare and support employees returning to the office, while effectively reducing the risk of infection.