Ramboll ranked 8th in the NCE100 in recognition of another strong year, as well as having been shortlisted in four award categories. Photo: emap
Ramboll is delighted to be ranked 8th in recognition of another strong year, as well as having been shortlisted in four award categories.
Ramboll’s UK Managing Director, Mathew Riley, attended the last night’s ceremony and said, “Our recognition at the NCE100 is a reflection of our continued focus on innovation and digitalisation to drive industry change, together with our long-held mission to create sustainable societies. I’m proud of our team and grateful to the many clients we collaborate with to deliver outstanding solutions.”
It follows a year where the UK team have worked on projects such as the Stansted Transformation Programme, the A30 scheme as part of the Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership framework, the new Liverpool Cruise Liner Terminal, Network Rail’s Digital Rail Programme and London’s largest district heating system at Wembley Park. We have also supported international projects such as the replacement bridges in Bermuda, the new landmark pier at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, and the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link - India’s longest sea bridge.
We were one of only six organisations at the NCE100 to be honoured with four or MORE award shortlisting, a demonstration of the strength and breadth of our capabilities.
The shortlistings included:
Mathew Riley, who is also Chair of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE), concluded, “At a time when our industry needs to lift its reputation and demonstrate it’s capacity to transform and drive productivity, it was encouraging to see such a strong portfolio of work being celebrated. There is a lot of talent in our industry and I am happy that Ramboll is engaging with clients who are prepared to work differently in order to benefit from great ideas that generate value not only for themselves, but for their customers, and for society.”
Transport for London (TfL) is actively exploring opportunities to maximise its land for the development of new homes. Ramboll was commissioned to update a feasibility study using in-house parametric optioneering tools. Multiple design options were provided for building over the challenging and constrained site of a live station.
Ramboll has been appointed by NERC (the UK’s main agency for funding environmental sciences) to provide the British Geological Survey (BGS) with multidisciplinary services as they create a new ‘observatory for the underground’.
Ramboll was commissioned by Islington Council in London to design and deliver a district-wide heating network to provide cheaper and greener heat to 1,350 homes plus community buildings in north London, using unwanted heat from the London Underground.
Innovation in digital gantry design has been pivotal in the development of Highways England’s Smart Motorway Programme (SMP). Ramboll provided the step change needed to deliver the quantity and quality required through automating the design process.