The new office brings together London employees and all education facilities in a single location in the most significant new development in Fitzrovia in over 50 years.
The city of Edinburgh has just launched an ambitious Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP). It is the first energy action plan for Edinburgh aiming to reduce carbon emissions across the city by 42% by 2020.
The South Devon Highway is now open to traffic providing improved access to Torbay and South Devon. It’s a strategic road of upmost regional importance, and a challenging scheme from the road building point of view.
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As our weather patterns become more polarised, the design approach must become more integrated for us to effectively adapt to a changing climate. Between householder water efficiency measures and major infrastructure, what could the community-level systems look like?
As we enter the 4th day of talks at COP21, our experts have been busily blogging on topics from food waste, to climate justice and resilience to integrated transport systems and more...
The world watches closely as world leaders gather in Paris for the UN’s climate change conference. Follow our COP21 blog to get the latest updates, industry insights and reactions to the COP21 discussions.
Jack Taggart, a graduate engineer from Ramboll’s Ground Engineering team in Southampton, has just won the Undergraduate Student of the Year category at the GE Next Generation Awards.
As world leaders gather at the COP21 summit in Paris, in this issue of Response we consider how cities and companies act to prepare for more frequent cloudbursts, prolonged droughts, and other extreme weather events.
Occupants begin to move in and make themselves at home into four of the six high-specification residential blocks of the Riverside development.
Keep up to date with Ramboll graduate engineers, Alice Bond and Philippe Ayache as they help the Streetlight project rebuild community facilities that were destroyed during Typhoon Haiyan in 2013.
One year on since the opening of Network Rail’s York Engineers' Triangle, home to the largest Rail Operating Centre (ROC) in the country and a neighbouring Workforce Development Centre (WDC), the site is living up to its promised expectations, delivering training to around 250 a day.