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Over 20 representatives from across Ramboll’s European Buildings, Environment and Health, Transport and Management Consulting practices will be attending MIPIM, all keen to share ideas and our latest exciting developments. Ramboll is continuing its support of the Midlands UK and London stand delegations.
Shonn Mills, Global Director High Rise, is participating in the 'Construction: Thinking Differently' panel discussion, Coral Room, Wednesday 13 March 10:00-10:45. The panel will debate the real impact recent innovations, whether in the construction process, materials used or the latest technology, has had on the design and refurbishment of buildings and what this means for investors.
Martin Feakes, Head of Buildings, is participating in the residential themed panel discussion ‘More Haste less Speed?’, Midlands UK stand, Wednesday 13 March 11:30-12:00. The panel will discuss how we can accelerate design quality, land allocation, planning, funding and delivery without compromising the quality of the homes and communities we are creating.
This year at MIPIM, Ramboll is excited to be showcasing SiteSolve, an invaluable tool for landowners and property professionals looking for ways to unlock the potential of available land, increase cost certainty and return on investment.
SiteSolve fully explores and evaluates building development options at the early-stages of decision making, maximising site potential and minimising technical risks.
Created by Ramboll’s computational design team, SiteSolve is a generative and interactive platform that radically enhances the appraisal of new developments by incorporating engineering and fabrication criteria for buildings into a collaboration platform. The revolutionary technology rapidly generates and evaluates multiple massing options, live, against site specific constraints, client aspirations and costs.
This real time generation and evaluation allows project teams to collaborate at the heart of the design process, taking projects further faster, and minimises any technical error, saving time and cost. Find out more >
A site in Cannes is represented in the below video to showcase how the SiteSolve tool can be used to explore different development options.
Since our foundation in 1945, we have been designing for offsite construction. Our unrivalled expertise in utilsing all forms of offsite allows us to deploy CLT, precast concrete and modular steel.
Ramboll provides a powerful end-to-end consultancy service combining a suite of design tools with industry leading offsite construction. Together they revolutionise the way we design, plan and build. They allow us to model and analyse multiple design options faster and earlier, solving real life engineering and construction challenges for our clients. Read more >
There is a range of offsite and onsite techniques available to suit every project and it’s vital that all options are considered early in the design process.
To allow developers and investors to make informed decisions on the most suitable construction technique, Ramboll's ‘Offsite Review’ tool demonstrates the savings brought by various modern offsite construction techniques, with insight gained by going through planning cycles multiple times with different systems. And if traditional onsite construction is the right solution, that’s what we’ll recommend.
Suitable for company and/or project reviews you can gain useful insights into harnessing more value from offsite construction.
SiteSolve is an invaluable tool for landowners and property professionals looking for ways to unlock the potential of available land, increase cost certainty and return on investment. SiteSolve fully explores and evaluates building development options at the early-stages of decision making, maximising site potential and minimising technical risks.
Wembley Park is a major residential development adjacent to the iconic stadium. As well as providing engineering and geotechnical services for three plots Ramboll has created and is implementing a District Heating masterplan that will deliver low carbon, sustainable energy across the whole Wembley Park site.
One of the few new timber framed offices in the UK, The Green House is a revival of a disused and derelict 1960s office block. Refurbished and extended with a cross laminated timber frame, it delivers an environmentally exemplary office space.
Plans for Liverpool’s new permanent Cruise Terminal will replace the existing facility to create an exciting five-star experience for passengers. Ramboll is leading a multi-disciplinary technical team designing the new terminal and will stay involved until Scheme completion.
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.
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.
Paradise Circus is being transformed into a vibrant mixed use development of commercial, retail, leisure and hotel spaces; providing major improvements to pedestrian access and greatly enhanced public realm befitting the setting close to Birmingham Town Hall and the Museum & Art Gallery.
The University of Leicester’s new George Davies Centre (formerly the Centre for Medicine) is the UK’s largest Passivhaus building and brings together academics, researchers, clinicians and students who were once spread across multiple university sites.
A vibrant hub responding to the rise of the maker movement – a global social movement with an artisan spirit – that is set to become one of Abu Dhabi’s most iconic communities.
A multi-purpose complex with diverse recreational and business uses such as a shopping mall, a supermarket, an office centre and a high-class business hotel.
A vibrant new part of London that will be the largest mixed use redevelopment in single ownership to be developed in central London for over 150 years.
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.