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.
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.
Ramboll has secured two winning entries to develop innovative digital approaches to help Highways England change the way England’s motorways and major A roads are designed, managed and used.
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.
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).
Ramboll will work with the Ethiopian authorities to develop a strategic infrastructure plan with a focus on sustainable development in the town of Addis Ababa.
Raf Orlowski has been awarded the prestigious RWB Stephens Medal from the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) for his outstanding contribution to acoustics research and education.
The go ahead for an £8.15 million contract to build a new wharf at the remote Sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia has been given the go ahead this week.
Ramboll has bagged two lots on the Merseytravel Consultancy Services Framework 2019-2023, which will cover a vast range of disciplines needed across Merseytravel’s estate.
Many congratulations to Ramboll’s Alex Lawrence who scooped the Best Female Mentor award at last night’s European Women In Construction & Engineering (WICE) Awards.
Once again Snug Architects and Ramboll have proved to be a winning team with their entry in an international design competition for a colossal ‘landmark of hope’ in the Midlands, also known as ‘The Wall of Answered Prayer’ (The Wall).