Hastings Pier wins the RIBA Stirling Prize, the UK's most prestigious architecture award. Judges praised the timber-clad structure "for its remarkable use of sustainable materials" and RIBA president and jury chair Ben Derbyshire described it as a "masterpiece of regeneration and inspiration".
On Monday 30th October our offices in Bridge Street and Waterloo Street in Birmingham relocated to the recently redeveloped Cornerblock, in the heart of Birmingham’s Colmore Business District.
RIBA is inviting you to vote for your favourite new building in their annual Stirling Prize Awards with the most popular receiving the 'People's Choice' award. Ramboll played instrumental roles in two of the buildings shortlisted; Hastings Pier and The British Museum.
Dalston Works, the world’s largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) building has been completed. The mixed-use development showcases how the innovative use of sustainable materials like CLT can help deliver high-quality, high density housing to Londoners without compromising the environment.
Set to open its doors in 2018 the new £60m Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre will accelerate the commercial pace of graphene and 2D materials in Manchester. A special event on 19th October marked the ‘topping out’ of the newest building in the University’s Campus Masterplan.
Residents from across Portsmouth are invited to come and meet the team behind the scheme delivering new flood defences along 4.5km of seafront to help protect Southsea.
The Mersey Gateway Bridge, centrepiece of the Mersey Gateway Project, opened to traffic just after midnight on the morning of Saturday 14th October. On Friday evening the new bridge was illuminated by a spectacular light show and fireworks display, just a few hours before opening.
Ramboll was successful in a submission with Kier for a £16.5m improvement scheme for Cambridgeshire County Council. We will be designers for bridges, rail, infrastructure and highways and ground engineering.
ITN Productions and The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) have announced the launch of “Remastering the Future”, a series focused on the future of construction. Ramboll is supporting the series with a film on how we are addressing industry challenges, through digital design and offsite construction.
The 1km long Mersey Gateway Bridge, the centrepiece of the Mersey Gateway Project will complete on time following a three-and-a-half-year construction programme. It will open to traffic just after midnight on the morning of Saturday 14th October.
The 2017 Structural Timber Award judges name Dalston Works Winner of Winners, adding to its earlier success as Best Solid Wood Project and Best Private Housing Project during the 10th October ceremony. They also name Blackdale Student Residences, Project of the Year.