A truly smart society is about people. The smart use of technology is not a goal in itself but a means to achieve improved liveability and sustainability.
In situ amendment of surface sediment is emerging as an innovative and cost-effective approach to sediment remediation, especially in geographic areas where traditional methods would be more difficult to implement.
To celebrate the re-opening of Temperate House in Kew Garden - here are some key facts.
Ramboll experts use climate variability to challenge the USEPA’s one-size-fits-all recommendation for assessing vapor intrusion into residential buildings.
The higher education sector is challenged to invest in new buildings while managing existing estates, reducing costs, achieving sustainability goals and delivering projects within strict timetables set by the academic calendar.
The Mersey Gateway was the largest infrastructure project in the North West of England when it opened in October 2017. This short video and e-book tell the story of Ramboll's involvement throughout the project, from the project inception in 2001 through business case creation, remediation, construction, the opening and beyond.
Today, transforming design, engineering and construction means combining a suite of advanced digital design tools with industry leading offsite construction. Together they revolutionise the way we design, plan and build.
Sustainability goes beyond the environmental, it's also about being socially and economically sound. Solving client challenges requires the combination of technical expertise and integrated, holistic solutions.
Clients operators and contractors work with Ramboll to deliver innovative engineering solutions across all phases of a project from inception through design, construction and into operation and maintenance stages.
The need for strategic planning is becoming increasingly important and complex. As cities and their infrastructures continually evolve, careful attention needs to be paid to allow for change while maintaining functionality.
Aware of the significance of BIM in construction and facilities management, Historic England wanted to identify relevant processes and datasets that would potentially allow management of heritage sites with BIM procedures.