Ramboll, together with Taylor Woodrow and Arup and one other Delivery Integration Partner, has secured a contract on the Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership framework to design and build major infrastructure projects in the South West over the next six years.
Set in what is considered one of the happiest cities in the world, the BCO Annual Conference invites delegates to Copenhagen to learn from those who have mastered the balance between work and life.
Did the UK Budget signal the end of austerity as promised by Prime Minister Theresa May, or did this year's handout come up short? We delve into what the Budget means for industry.
The iconic Queensferry Crossing over the Forth estuary continues to collect awards and accolades, this week from the Institution of Civil Engineers and from Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement
What is the main concern for experts tasked with making buildings more climate-resilient? Environment Analyst’s Eoin Redahan found out at Ramboll’s Climate Resilience roundtable.
Ramboll and Liverpool City Council delighted to share latest designs of new cruise liner terminal in 90 second fly-through video.
Ramboll will oversee the quality of design work and construction on behalf of the University of Cambridge.
The newly formed Heat Network Industry Council (HNIC) claims the heat network industry can create jobs, cut costs, reduce carbon and create more liveable cities while delivering and excellent service for consumers, providing the government takes action to reduce the investment risk in heat networks
Two further triumphs at last night’s British Construction Industry Awards continues Ramboll’s run of award and industry league table success. Chapel Street bridge replacement landed Infrastructure Maintenance project of the year and Milford-on-Sea Beach Huts won Climate Resilience project of the year.
It’s World Mental Health Day today and Ramboll is supporting Time to Change, a growing movement that’s changing how we all think and act about mental health.
The iconic cast iron gates, created in 1862 for the International Exhibition, are taken away for extensive restoration work under the expert supervision of Ramboll’s specialist heritage team