The Swedish utility company Vattenfall has awarded Ramboll a framework agreement focused on developing the District Heating (DH) sector in the UK. Vattenfall has a solid presence in the UK market in terms of electricity generation, particularly in onshore and offshore wind, and has recently expanded its focus area towards strengthening the DH sector in the country.
Experts use digital design techniques to develop building templates for earthquake-resistant bamboo homes utilising local materials
A three-day celebration of UK science, engineering, and shipbuilding takes place in Birkenhead 26-28 September and features the ceremonial naming of the new polar ship, the RRS Sir David Attenborough. Free tickets are available.
Ramboll’s healthcare sector in the UK is boosted by the appointment of Kevin Smith from WSP, where he will become Healthcare Spearhead leader in the UK.
Officials have given Liverpool City Council the green light to go-ahead with the detailed design of the much-anticipated Liverpool Cruise Terminal, advised by Ramboll, JLL and Stride Treglown.
Ramboll, the international engineering, design and management consultancy, demonstrated considerable growth in revenue in the first half of 2019 and now employs more than 15,500 employees globally. The integration of newly acquired US engineering and design consultancy OBG is progressing well.
Richard Beard is the new Managing Director of Ramboll’s global Buildings division with 4,500 employees and revenue of DKK 3.5 billion.
Ramboll has been shortlisted in two categories in this years’ Building Awards recognising our outstanding work and contribution to industry. These include Engineering Consultant of the Year and the Female Leadership Award, with Alex Lawrence nominated for her stand-out achievements as a female leader and role model.
Aarhus Letbane has Ramboll as lead consultant for the designing and planning of the second phase of Aarhus Letbane. The project is expected to cost 2.3 billion DKK.
Hundreds of Ramboll engineers were fortunate to have worked on the Queensferry Crossing and eight went on to co-author papers recently selected by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for a special publication.
A unanimous jury committee has selected K.B. Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark as winner of the prestigious European Steel Award 2019 for steel professionals. The award is given for creative and exceptional use of steel in the rebuilding of this iconic building.
The University of Cambridge has been awarded £30 million to support the new Cambridge Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI) that will bring together the highest concentration of heart and lung researchers from academia, healthcare and industry in Europe.