We are delighted to remain at 9th position in the Top 150 Consultants league table from Buildings, as well as maintaining our position as 6th in their Top 50 Engineers index.
During a three-day festival to mark the Royal naming of the RRS Sir David Attenborough, Ramboll and partners will showcase the sustainable and innovative design solutions for the Antarctic Modernisation programme – The work to upgrade UK’s Antarctic research infrastructure in preparation for the new ship.
Buildings and the construction sector are responsible for nearly 40% of annual global carbon emissions – that’s a well-known fact. But less known is that 28% of those emissions are embodied in the materials used in the construction of buildings. Ramboll has co-authored a new report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) on reducing embodied carbon in buildings.
Lucy Padfield, District Energy Director, has been announced as the new Chair of the ADE, the UK’s trade association for decentralised energy, representing more than 150 interested parties from across the industrial, commercial and public sectors.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a developing technological field with potential for industrial innovation in the circular economy of carbon. In close collaboration with several partners, Ramboll Management Consulting analysed CCU technologies with a focus on the utilisation of CO2 to replace fossil carbon in industrial production processes.
Frode Mo brings years of international rail and leadership experience with him when he starts in September. His focus will be to expand the global reach of the Rail Systems division, building on Ramboll’s extensive experience with digital transformation of railways.
Ramboll expert Dr.-ing Denis Matha was awarded the IEC 1906 Award. With this award, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) honours outstanding technical experts whose work is of fundamental importance.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the only carbon-neutral airport in the US, has selected a team of our experts to take its sustainability journey to the next level.
Ramboll is hosting a webinar next month in collaboration with the to examine ways in which businesses working in the sector can best address the challenges and opportunities presented by the emerging decarbonisation agenda.
Two monumental interactive sculptures titled 'Talk to Me' tower over visitors to Kings Cross in a bid to further the conversation about the capital’s mental health.
Crossing the Makurungwe River in Rwanda can be a dangerous undertaking. But something members of the Gashyushya community must do to get to the market, school or hospital. The river frequently floods for days at a time, causing injuries and death for people who attempt to cross. Five Ramboll engineers are going to change that.
The award for the best poster presentation at the Society for Earthquake and Civil Engineering Dynamics two-day conference (SECED2019) was won by a Ramboll team for their work on soil structure interaction on port structures.