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.
Ramboll has been commissioned to develop the concept design for Waddon Station Bridge which forms a major part of Transport for London’s A23/A232 Fiveways Croydon scheme.
In a spectacular tandem lift, two 500 tonne cranes successfully installed a new service bridge during a closure of the railway and contraflow traffic arrangement.
Over the past 60 years we have been at the forefront of timber technology and a leading designer with this natural material. Read how we designed and engineered some of the UK’s and world’s largest and tallest timber buildings.
The award of an 'Excellent' CEEQUAL rating has recognised the ecological enhancements and improved overall biodiversity of a road improvement scheme between the Pembrokeshire villages of Tiers Cross and Johnston.
Ramboll has joined forces with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as a Founding Partner helping to fund its Infrastructure Learning Hub, which is part of the ‘Shaping the World’ initiative.
Ramboll has been appointed as Technical Advisors for British Antarctic Survey (BAS), to support a host of projects in the Antarctic region and in the UK. In 2019 one of the world’s most advanced Polar research ships - the RRS Sir David Attenborough – will be ready for operation.
Ramboll has announced the appointment of Mathew Riley as UK Managing Director. Mathew joins from Arcadis where he was Managing Director for the Infrastructure, Industry and Utility sectors across the UK, Middle East and Asia.
Positioning itself for the expanding onshore wind market, Ramboll has acquired BBB Umwelttechnik GmbH and CUBE Engineering GmbH. With BBB and CUBE’s 85 employees, Ramboll will have close to 350 experts providing consultancy services on wind energy globally.
Ramboll was recently the headline sponsor for a seminar devoted to understanding and enhancing the services and benefits of the New Forest National Park. With an office based in the New Forest, Ramboll is keen to help promote the ‘Green Halo’ for the mutual benefit of local businesses and communities.
ICE Wales Cymru Roy Edwards Heritage Award 2016 was won by a project to refurbish Llantysilio Chainbridge, originally built in 1817. Judges said it is a very good example of what can be achieved with vision and co-operation.
As part of three projects initiated with support from the Scottish Government’s Geothermal Energy Challenge Fund, Ramboll has investigated the feasibility of using warm water from three geothermal sites for heating homes and businesses at Banchory, Guardbridge and Fortissat through a district heating network.