Around 800 engineers drive Ramboll’s growth in India. The company expands its operations in the country with a target to reach INR 2,500 million (EUR 33 million) in revenues by 2018.
We improve designs for the benefit of people and societies. The following examples, and much more can be found in the latest edition of Response.
From overcoming the most difficult site constraints and critical asset protection to incredible feats of engineering, a host of Ramboll projects are recognised across a range of industry awards.
Hastings Pier hosted its first major event following its £16m renovation with a grand gala opening on Saturday 21st May.
One of the most complex UK road schemes in the South West, has created a lasting and positive image of a highways construction site by winning the gold 2016 Considerate Constructors Award.
Following the catastrophic fire that destroyed Clandon Park last year, Ramboll is working with insurer Zurich to create a virtual model as a prelude to reconstruction.
New Civil Engineer’s NCE100 assessment of ‘the top firms in civil engineering based on the cultures, competencies and skillsets that matter most’ has ranked Ramboll at 15 out of the top 100.
The first full resurfacing works in over 20 years were completed at Gibraltar Airport two weeks ahead of programme and on budget.
Hammersmith Flyover receives recognition for ingenuity.
Confidence continues to grow in International Quarter London (previously known as The International Quarter) (with the forward sale of commercial space to Legal & General and to Deutsche Bank’s asset management arm, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Laing O’Rourke, FCC Construction and J. Murphy & Sons Limited (Murphy), working together as the LFM joint venture, has named a joint venture of WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and Ramboll as its design partner, supporting LFM’s preparation for involvement in major rail infrastructure projects.