Ramboll Design Engineer Jago Boase was part of TeamBuild 2013 winning team, CARBON. Young professionals from across the construction industry solved a real-life construction challenge to scoop a £1,500 top prize. The objectives of TeamBuild are to developing skills in leadership, communication and coordination beyond the sum of the of the individual’s skill. The competition helps identify the way teams must work together in the construction industry by challenging them with scenarios common to construction projects across the UK.
Southwark Council has approved plans for 1,030 new homes in Canada Water in south east London. Ramboll assisted Sellar Development on the project since early 2012 by undertaking all engineering design, public consultation support and providing full environmental planning consultancy including the preparation of an Environmental Statement (EIA) accompanying the planning application.
The KREOD Pavilion has won a coveted Structural Award and Tynemouth Station was highly commended at the prestigious ceremony at The Brewery in London.
Ramboll will be hosting the second BIM4Real event at our London office on Wednesday 20 November. Building information modeling (BIM) involves the generation and management of digital representations that provide shared knowledge resources to support decision-making about a facility from conceptual stages throughout its operational life.
Farah Naz and Martha Dallyn will be taking part in an evening of presentations and speed networking with established and emerging industry leaders in the sustainability and construction fields.
A number of projects with significant engineering input from Ramboll have become winners at prestigious industry award events this October.
Associate Gavin White will be giving a talk on Building 57 at the 2013 Timber Expo, which takes place on 24th and 25th September at Birmingham NEC. The talk will feature as part of the Timber Talks seminar programme.
John Harding will be presenting the TRADA Pavilion project at the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures’ annual symposium in Wroclaw this month.
This weekend, Grade II-listed clock tower of Royal Woolwich Arsenal will open its doors to the public as part of Open House London.
Ramboll Computational Design (RCD) has been selected to design modular toilet buildings for schools throughout India.
Ramboll’s archaeology team recently received international media coverage following discovery of the remains of a Pacific walrus found buried among human skeletons in a churchyard near St Pancras Railway Station in London.