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MIPIM, the world’s leading real estate property event, attracts 23,000 professionals from a variety of backgrounds across the globe. Speakers and attendees range from business services professionals, investors, architects, service suppliers and some of the world’s most influential property players.
Ramboll is once again supporting the London Stand at MIPIM. This year we are also supporting the Midlands UK delegation; a collaboration between towns and cities in the Midlands region represented together for the first time this year.
Nine members of the UK Ramboll team will be joined by 11 colleagues from across Europe, all keen to share ideas and discuss the latest developments across the world. See below for a full participant list.
The team will be showcasing Ramboll’s digital capabilities and expertise in leading city office design, offsite manufacture, sustainable development, environmental impact assessment and liveable city planning.
Lars Ostenfeld Riemann, Executive Director Buildings, is participating in the Smart cities and sustainable regeneration panel discussion on Thursday 16th March at 3:30pm on the Midlands UK stand. The panel will discuss the Midlands' vision for low-carbon development and Lars will draw on Ramboll’s involvement in the development of Nordhavnen, recognised as an international role model for sustainable urban development.
Supporting the Midlands UK delegation
Ramboll recognises the exciting period of regeneration and development taking place in Birmingham and the wider Midlands region, and is proud to be a part of it. Contributing towards the region’s transformation, Ramboll is working on some of the area’s most prestigious schemes including the redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
Our decision to support the Midlands UK delegation at MIPIM is a demonstration of our continued commitment to the region. In 2017 we will also be investing in larger premises and creating new employment opportunities through the expansion of our Birmingham operations.
As a leading engineering, design, environmental and consultancy company with 13,000 experts in 300 offices in 35 countries, our heritage in pioneering projects is first class. Our eclectic portfolio is testament to the diversity and mix of skills and experiences of our people and our ability to bring the most creative and challenging designs to life. Ramboll has the depth of experience needed to deliver projects of all scales all over the globe.
Paradise is described as the most important development Birmingham has seen in a generation. The project will deliver ten new buildings and three public squares, creating a vibrant mix of commercial, residential, leisure and hotel spaces.
Officially opened on 17th June 2016 the new Tate Modern extension later named the Blavatnik building is an iconic world-class addition to London’s skyline. Enabling new ways to display Tate's collection, the new building has been instrumental to Tate Modern's recent success, as it topped the polls as the UK's most visited attraction in 2018.
Dalston Works (previously known as Dalston Lane) is the largest Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) project globally, using more timber than any other scheme in the world by volume.
One of the largest mixed use regeneration schemes in central London. Already a vibrant district, when complete the sustainable, 67 acre development will feature 10 new squares, 20 new streets and 50 new and refurbished buildings, including homes, retail and office spaces, entertainment and education facilities. Ramboll has provided structural and civil engineering design for 15 plots at this landmark development dealing with high speed railways and tunnels below.
Situated in the Olympic Park site, as part of the London 2012 games legacy, Transport for London’s (TfL) new headquarter at International Quarter London provides 265,000 sq ft modern, dynamic facilities for around 3,000 TfL staff.
The new building, which will be adjacent to the headquarters of Denmark's Radio and Copenhagen's Concert Hall, is designed by Henning Larsen Architects. Covering a 46,000 m² area with a 10,000 m² basement and the possibility of extending up to a total of 70,000 m², the building will accommodate between 1800 and 2200 employees.
Set within a former railway station’s retained Grade II listed sandstone façade; Embankment consists of a 10 storey office sat atop a three-level car park podium. A future phase will add a second nine storey building upon the podium.
Copenhagen’s sustainable new neighbourhood, Nordhavn, will be enriched with an artificial island that provides the framework for a major underground car park, apartments with sea-views and an office building of slate.
The Meridian Water project is one of the largest housing developments in London and the UK and will see up to 10,000 homes constructed over the next 20 years on an 85 hectare brownfield site.