As a key contributor to a new guidance report on the detection and management of hidden defects in bridges, Ramboll also sponsored the first Bridge Design and Engineering 'Hidden Defects' conference.
As offshore decommissioning activity in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) is predicted to increase significantly in the coming decades, Ramboll has identified project delivery parameters and the potential options available to operators, ports and supply chain.
Satheesh Jacob, head of excellence for building services, will argue for a specialist approach at the ‘Generalist’ versus ‘Specialist’ learning for a Sustainable Built Environment debate, organised by LSBU, CIBSE, APSRG and The Edge.
Ramboll is participating at the inter-faith climate change conference at Manchester Cathedral, 'Our Faith - Our Planet', imparting knowledge on how to improve the energy efficiency of historic buildings.
The comprehensive refurbishment of 105,000 sq ft office by Oxford Properties led to PepsiCo moving into 450 South Oak Way, now home to their UK & Ireland headquarters. BCO visits the site showcasing the category A refurbishment.
In this issue of Response we take a deep dive into some of the dilemmas that face modern societies and businesses.
Movement monitoring, 3D Modelling and simulation by Ramboll’s Engineering Simulation and Geomatics teams, are being carried out in a unique project to install a lift for visitors at Winchester Cathedral.
The new state-of-the-art polar research ship, RRS Sir David Attenborough, reaches its first construction milestone this week with the ceremonial laying of the keel.
The Queensferry Crossing, the UK’s tallest bridge, has been recognised in the 2016 Guinness World Records for the world’s largest freestanding balanced cantilever.
A Guinness World Record-breaking 31 metre long suspension bridge made entirely out of LEGO is at the centre of a brand new exhibition in the heart of London.
Flexible education and community facility gets underway in East Ayrshire providing a positive and sustained destination for learners, with improved community capacity.
The A31 Magherafelt Bypass was officially opened to the public several weeks ahead of schedule. It is the first of two projects (A31 and A26) to be completed for Transport Northern Ireland by a delivery team with Ramboll as the lead Designer for the Contractor.