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Zooming down the road on an electric bike or scooter can be a fun and effective way to get you from A to B. But, is it safe, sustainable and does it contribute to a city’s wider mobility priorities? The report: Achieving Sustainable Micro-Mobility, identifies a framework to access micro-mobility schemes.
We’re very proud of our ten finalists who have been recognised by the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) Awards for their contribution and expertise in the industry.
Network Rail has appointed the Atkins, PwC and Ramboll team as Rail Systems Integration Partner (RSIP) to bring about the transformation of the railway on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) through the deployment of modern and cost-effective digital signalling.
Michael Cheetham, Ramboll's UK MEP lead for aviation has been selected by the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) to be part of the 2020 WELL Airport Advisory. He joins a select group of leading industry professionals who will guide the continuous evolution of the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL™) that focusses exclusively on the impacts of buildings on human health and wellness.
Waste heat from the London Underground network is now capable of providing heating and hot water to more than 1,350 homes, a school and two leisure centres in Islington thanks to the pioneering Bunhill 2 Energy Centre that opened yesterday.
The Ramboll Group achieved strong growth and cash flow, and improved operating profit in 2019. Ramboll took a significant strategic step forward with the acquisition of the world-renowned architectural company Henning Larsen, creating the next platform for international growth.
Ramboll is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Birch as UK Head of Rail. He will lead Ramboll’s continued growth in the rail sector, building on successful appointment to the Network Rail Design Services Framework and our role on the Digital Rail programme on the East Coast Line, as well as a strong portfolio of work on High Speed 2.
Practising what he preaches, Phil Kelly, Rambolls' head of sustainability and building physics is taking a lower carbon route to MIPIM, in Cannes by cycling up to 1500km for children’s charity Coram.
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the first sighting of Antarctica by the British naval officer Edward Bransfield on this date in 1820, a new building to facilitate the British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) ongoing climate related research in Antarctica breaks ground today at their largest facility, Rothera Research Station.
Ramboll has been re-appointed as Technical Advisors for British Antarctic Survey (BAS), successfully winning the next phase of work in a series of projects to improve and modernise Antarctic research stations and infrastructure. The contract is valued at between £40-50 million and secures our involvement for a further 10 years.