Ramboll is delighted and excited that the BCO has chosen to come to Copenhagen for its annual conference 5th - 7th June 2019.
Modernisation work to transform how Antarctic science is delivered has begun at Rothera Research Station, with excavation work starting on the deconstruction of the old wharf.
The ACE has announced that Ramboll’s UK Managing Director, Mathew Riley will continue as chair for a second year to support the organisation through a transitional period, owing to the recent appointment of new chief executive, Hannah Vickers.
A huge cargo ship loaded with 4,500 tonnes of steel and construction equipment required to build a new Antarctic wharf has arrived at British Antarctic Survey’s Rothera Research Station.
Offsite construction has been a niche construction option in the UK since the 1940s, but for cultural and historical reasons it has largely remained just that. However, a perfect storm of Brexit uncertainty, skills shortage, productivity gaps and Britain’s worst housing shortage since the 1930s are all joining forces to propel offsite construction into the mainstream.
The UK Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has commissioned a study to assess the impacts of the UK’s exit from the European Union (‘Brexit’) on the operation of a broad range of businesses in the chemicals value chain.
Instead of crowded shops and long queues at the cashier, customers can now conveniently order from home. But what consequences does this development have for the environment?
The Ramboll Group has entered into an agreement to acquire the US engineering and design consultancy OBG, adding 900 experts within water, energy, environment and advanced manufacturing with effect of 1 January 2019. With the acquisition Ramboll now has 2,000 experts in the US and 15,000 globally.
His Royal Highness The Duke of York has officially opened the £60m Masdar Building which houses Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) at The University of Manchester.
The first borehole is being drilled at the UK Geoenergy Observatory for Glasgow, allowing scientists to ‘see’ underground at the world-class geothermal energy research site in the east end of the city.
In 2019 work begins on the new Liverpool Cruise Liner Terminal, and the City expects its busiest cruise schedule yet.