Ramboll - Structural Steel Design Awards
A plethora of award wins and commendations have recognised Ramboll projects for their commitment to innovation and engineering excellence. View the full list of awards won here.
Ramboll provided structural engineering on the Moorgate Exchange, London UK, a BREEAM 'Excellent' and LEED Platinum rated commercial office and HQ.
The Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh, is Scotland’s biggest transport infrastructure project in a generation and is on track to be completed in 2016. We're delivering a new bridge - the Queensferry Crossing - and upgrading the connecting road network on both sides of the Firth of Forth.
Five further Ramboll projects were also finalists at the Ground Engineering Awards.
Several Ramboll projects have been shortlisted as finalists of the upcoming BCI Awards, including:
Ramboll projects received numerous recognitions at this year’s RIBA awards, including:
The Whitworth is also a finalist for the RIBA Stirling Award, the winner is due to be announced on 15th October 2015.
The A477 road forms part of the Trans European Road Network (TERN), a strategic route linking mainland Europe with West Wales and Ireland. Ramboll was appointed transport and environmental consultant in an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) form of contract to design and deliver a £47m improvement scheme.
Work began on Pulkovo Airport in March 2008 to deliver Grimshaw’s winning architectural concept, whilst keeping the existing Pulkovo Airport fully functioning. As the lead design consultant, Ramboll helped to create a world leading airport terminal conforming to international best practice, in parallel with restrictive Russian standards.
The one of a kind new Northzealand hospital in Hillerød, Denmark seeks to reinvent hospital designs for the future. Following a 12-month intensive international design competition, the Architectural consortium of Herzog & de Meuron/Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter was awarded the contract, with Ramboll named as the engineering consultant, providing a full range of engineering services.
Containing 3,800 cubic metres of timber, the William Perkin High School is the largest cross laminated timber building in the UK.
Construction is now complete at the new National Graphene Institute (NGI) a £61 million state-of-the-art facility at The University of Manchester, dedicated to the study, research and development of graphene and its applications.