The construction phase has begun on a critical new highways scheme which aims to bring significant benefits to Warrington. Ramboll’s appointment follows earlier commissions including detailed design to BIM Level 2.
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590 people joined the cross-industry network BuildingEquality at London’s Pride parade on Saturday 6th July, increasing the visibility of LGBTQ+ people in the industry and campaigning for a safe and respectful work place for all.
Manchester is a city committed to action on climate change. As a company playing a part in shaping Manchester’s future, Ramboll is delighted to be signatory to Manchester’s ‘Commitment to Act’.
Cheshire West and Chester Council councillors unanimously approve the British Geological Survey’s (BGS) planning application to site a UK Geoenergy Observatory at Ince Marshes. Approximately 50 boreholes drilled down to 1200m around a 12 km2 area will enable scientists to gain the clearest picture yet of the underground environment.
Golden Gates rededicated following 21st Century tech and thousands of man hours to carefully restore this iconic structure; a 19th Century exemplar of Coalbrookdale’s abilities in cast iron.
This year’s theme for International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is ‘Transform the Future’. And it’s in this vein that women across Ramboll have been inspiring future generations, leading by example and showcasing their careers.
Ramboll has been retained to work alongside the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) to review the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan.
A project to develop a strategic infrastructure plan in the Ethiopian town of Addis Ababa will focus on sustainable development. Ramboll is lead consultant on the project, which is funded by the World Bank.
A collaboration of 31 of the UK’s leading commercial property owners who represent more than £250bn Assets Under Management are working together to improve sustainability of existing commercial buildings within the Better Buildings Partnership (BBP).
Excavations in advance of construction on the A477 revealed a ritual landscape with cremation burials dating to over 3,500 years ago according to findings now published.