In this film, Peter Curran places the new crossing in context and shares some insights into this 6 year, £1.35bn, project for the Scottish Government (With subtitles) Published by Ramboll.
Evolution (video 1 of 3) tells the story of Ramboll’s evolution of gantry design from 1970s to today’s automated Gantry Generation System approach using product design principles in a civil engineering environment.
Renovation (video 2 of 3) explains how using point clouds and modelling the items in 3D helps us fully understand the process for detailing required existing structure thus minimising problems during installation.
Automation (video 3 of 3) explains the choices we made to automate the coding of product design principles in a civil engineering environment. Published by Ramboll
At our annual Technical Excellence Forum (TEF), Ramboll's quiet revolutionaries gather to share recent innovations and the value these have created for our clients.
This drone footage shows the scale of the Mersey Gateway Bridge project and the pace of progress with hundreds of people working across the site to ensure it opens as planned.
Over the 2016/17 Christmas and New Year period major works to rebuild Upper Holloway Bridge were successfully delivered as planned. The £25m project is part of the Transport for London (TfL) programme to improve London's roads and public spaces.
The Tate Modern extension is unique in so many ways and is a testament to the dedication and ingenuity of the entire project team. Find out more about Ramboll’s integral role in helping to realise the vision for the Tate Modern’s extension.
This video illustrates why the Tennison Road Replacement Bridge project won the public competition in the 2016 ICE London. The "Live Launch" successful replaced a road bridge over 10 live rail lines. Published by the ICE.
Take a look at this video to learn more about how Ramboll creates value for our customers and society at large through our approach, projects and people. Published by Ramboll
A film of Singapore's Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, a project undertaken by Ramboll Group’s Atelier Dreiseitl, won the 2015 StormTV competition organised by the US-based Water Environment Federation (WEF).