Contributing to a recent article in the CIWM journal, Circular, Catherine Leaf discusses the changes we might see following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and how they may affect the UK resources and waste sector.
Ramboll’s report on alternative heat solutions to convert a town to low carbon heating has been published by BEIS, the Government department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
A Ramboll team has been shortlisted for the ICE London Team of the Year award. The entry not only testifies to the energy, engagement and exploration of this cohesive group of professionals, it also sheds light on how their interaction influences their work satisfaction and productivity.
A new railway track switch technology developed at Loughborough University with help from Ramboll and other delivery partners received a high profile visit from Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough.
ISG has been appointed as the main contractor to begin pre-construction work for the building of University College London’s world-leading neurology centre.
Countries near and far are making carbon neutral pledges, from France and Sweden, to Canada and Colombia, and we expect the UK to soon join that list.
Basement excavation begins at the site of University of Cambridge’s Cavendish III physics laboratory, a key element in Ramboll’s ultra-low vibration design for the facility.
MaaS Global and Ramboll today published "Whimpact: Insights from the World's First Mobility as a Service Solution," an impact study focused on reporting on the current state of Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
Ramboll joined other business leaders at a recent Aldersgate Group event to discuss a system-wide approach to cutting emissions across all modes of transport in the UK.
Andy Powell is Ramboll’s new Head of BIM in the UK and part of our Innovation and Operational Excellence team. His appointment supports Ramboll’s strategic ambition to be an industry recognised innovator and pioneer and follows a doubling of investment in digitalisation and innovation activities in 2018.
The finalists for the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) Awards have been revealed and Ramboll is very proud to announce six employees have been recognised for their contribution to the industry.
Ramboll has today announced the appointment of Phil Kelly as their new head of sustainability and building physics in their building’s division. Phil is joining Ramboll from Hoare Lea with 12 years’ experience in the sector.