Ramboll’s UK geotechnical team had a record order book in 2017, which contributed £3.9m to the business having secured many significant projects across Buildings, Transport and Environment & Health markets, including Thames Tideway where we are Cat II checking the design for tunnels, shafts, boxes and cofferdams.
On Monday 4 July our 60-strong team in Manchester relocated from Kings Court in Exchange Street to Arkwright House overlooking the prestigious Parsonage Gardens, off Deansgate.
A group of young Ramboll engineers fly out to Uganda today, where they will build a footbridge which will transform the lives of people living in communities on either side of the Ngame river.
What a week! On Wednesday we celebrated the NCE100 awards recognising the UK’s top civil engineering firms, and on Thursday we continued the celebrations at the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) awards, highlighting the achievements of women working in construction and engineering.
Join us in central Birmingham on 25 June 2018 to hear from prestigious speakers followed by drinks, food and networking. Consultancy and engineering professionals will benefit from this event if they are seeking to create real change in their industries.
The future of environmental consulting services is unclear as firms battle with emerging global challenges and rapidly changing market conditions. To discuss specific issues affecting the environmental consultancy sector, senior leaders from environmental consulting firms, regulatory bodies, business analysts, contractors and client organisations will attend the Environment Analyst (EA) Business Summit in London on June 20, 2018.
A major event in the built environment, land and property calendar, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Day in London on 21st May 2018 will provide a platform for discussion on key industry developments.
Environmental challenges such as climate change, shifts in political power and mass migration are forcing societies into a state of transition. Not only do these challenges pose a threat to the sustainability of the human environment but they also imperil natural habitats. To promote best practice in Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) is hosting its annual conference for the 38th consecutive year in Durban, South Africa from May 16-19, 2018.
With all the talk about offsite construction and promised savings it can offer, how does a project team actually realise these benefits? Ramboll's Offsite Reviews are an innovative technique being used to demonstrate the savings brought by modern techniques, with insight gained by going through planning cycles multiple times with different systems.
Writing in Infrastructure Intelligence, Mathew Riley, ACE chair and MD of Ramboll in the UK, calls for positive engagement around new approaches to boost productivity and transform the industry’s reputation.
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