Ramboll Phil Kelly to cycle to MIPIM
Sponsor Phil and follow him during his gruelling challenge on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. Phil will be arriving on 10 March to join the rest of the Ramboll MIPIM team who are looking forward to discussing the latest innovations and ideas that will help deliver a net zero carbon built environment.
In 1945, Ramboll’s founders were keenly aware of the role engineers have in shaping society. Seventy-five years later, our foundation ownership underpins our mission: to create sustainable societies where people and nature flourish. With a clear sense of purpose our people are net zero heroes. We are supporting clients on their journey to net zero, our projects include: The award winning Crouch Hill Park - one of the first zero embodied and zero ‘in operation’ carbon buildings in the UK, Didsbury Technology Park - Aiming to be the first UK commercial office to be classified as net zero as defined by UK GBC and sole Technical Advisor to the British Antarctic Survey as they aim for net zero carbon emissions for their Antarctic research stations.
The MIPIM delegation this year includes representatives from across Ramboll’s European Buildings, Environment and Health, Transport and Management Consulting practices, all keen to share ideas and our latest exciting developments particularly in sustainability.
This year we continue our support of the London Stand with sponsorship of the 'London is...SUSTAINABLE' session taking place 3pm - 5pm on Wednesday 11 March. Phil Kelly will be joining the panel discussion at 4.30 as they debate the skills, design and materials needed to help us achieve a zero carbon city.
On Thursday 12 March, Ramboll's Sarah Halpin joins the panel 'Diverse Leaders' at 12pm - 12.30pm as they discuss how the industry can attract talent from a more diverse background.
This year at MIPIM, Ramboll is excited to be showcasing net zero hero projects and initiatives that help clients and collaborators on the path to zero carbon.
The World Green Building Council report, co-authored by Ramboll, represents a bold new vision for reducing embodied carbon and reaching 100% net zero emissions buildings by 2050.
Our Sustainable Buildings Market Study reveals insights on the latest trends related to sustainable development, canvassing the views of nearly 400 Nordic and UK based stakeholders. Read and watch the report's highlights.
Find out how Ramboll's experts can help you increase efficiency and decarbonise. Identify the technical options for your specific scenario and remain profitable.
Ramboll analysis shows the UK industry is over-designing buildings. See how data driven design reduces carbon emissions, energy and capital expenditure to deliver more healthy and sustainable buildings.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a developing technological field with potential for industrial innovation in the circular economy of carbon. See our analysis of CCU technologies.
Aiming to be the first UK commercial office to be classified as net zero as defined by UK Green Building Council is a new commercial office on Didsbury Technology Park.
When property developer Quintain embarked on transforming the long-neglected area surrounding the iconic Wembley stadium, into a new district and exciting hub, they sought Ramboll as an engineering partner who could fully realise their ambitious sustainability agenda.
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.
The Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation programme (AIMP) to support world-class science through an upgrade of British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research stations and infrastructure includes preparations for one of the world’s most advanced Polar research ships - the RRS Sir David Attenborough.
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.
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.
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 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.