Gladstone Biomass Terminal, a £60m wood pellet import terminal, beat ten other shortlisted projects to
scoop the 'Large Project' award at the annual ICE North West Civil Engineering Awards.
Two Ramboll projects, Tate Modern Switch House and Hastings Pier, have been recognised as amongst the best buildings of 2016 by both The Guardian and The Times.
Judges for the ICE London Civil Engineering Awards have completed site visits to recent infrastructure projects, and a public vote is underway for the Londonist People's Choice Award. Two Ramboll projects are on the shortlist.
Ramboll is working on the major HS2 Phase 2 contract as part of the Arup+ team. The team includes ERM, Foster + Partners, Jacobs, Ramboll, TYPSA and Costain.
Based on a recent study, Ramboll is to do conceptual designs of a number of pilot projects in South East Queens. The purpose is to show how heavy rainfalls can be handled in innovative ways that create added value for the local neighbourhoods.
The EU has identified energy efficiency as a key element for fostering European competitiveness, and for ensuring a secure energy supply and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS), supported by technical advisors Ramboll, has successfully relocated the Halley VI Research Station to its new home on the Brunt Ice Shelf and all team members have now left the research station for the winter.
On location with British Antarctic Survey (BAS) scientists and research station personnel, gives insight to their daily lives in the Antarctic and informs new building designs.
Representatives from across Ramboll’s European Buildings, Environment & Health, Transport and Management Consulting practices will be attending MIPIM in Cannes from 14th - 17th March 2017. We will be supporting the Midlands UK and London Stand delegations.
The engineering, design and consultancy company delivered a strong result in 2016. Operating profit before goodwill amortisation was the highest achieved in the company’s history and EBITA margin improved considerably. Ramboll is now in a solid position to deliver on the new four-year Group strategy ‘Winning Together’.
The University of Manchester's full planning application for the £235m Henry Royce Institute has been approved by Manchester City Council's planning committee.