Many congratulations to Ramboll’s Alex Lawrence who scooped the Best Female Mentor award at last night’s European Women In Construction & Engineering (WICE) Awards.
This year, the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe conference will take place on 26-30 May 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. Experts from Ramboll’s Environment & Health division will deliver talks in keeping with the theme One Environment. One Health. Sustainable Societies.
Once again Snug Architects and Ramboll have proved to be a winning team with their entry in an international design competition for a colossal ‘landmark of hope’ in the Midlands, also known as ‘The Wall of Answered Prayer’ (The Wall).
Today marks the end of a successful first construction phase of the new wharf at Rothera, the largest British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research centre as the Antarctic winter sets in.
A number of Ramboll Environment & Health experts will present and exhibit at AquaConSoil 2019 in Antwerp, Belgium on 20th – 24th May.
Motoring giant Ford has chosen the asymmetric cable-stayed Flintshire Bridge, which was designed by Ramboll, to feature in its latest TV advertising campaign ‘Backbone of Britain’.
James MacGregor, Senior Environmental Economist, has had his publication Blockchain – A New Opportunity for Strengthening Trade in the Commonwealth included in the Commonwealth Secretariat’s Trade Hot Topics series.
A report published today advises government to set the new climate change goal at net-zero carbon by 2050. Urgent action is now needed to have this set in policy and for proven and low complexity solutions to be deployed with speed.
Last night the NCE100 Awards recognised truly outstanding civil engineering practices and celebrated the most innovative, impactful and inspirational firms operating in civil engineering.
A deal signed today with Strafica strengthens Ramboll's position as a leading provider of sustainable and holistic transport solutions and digital services to our clients worldwide.
Ramboll analysis in the UK is showing that the industry is over-designing building systems and providing up to 50% more electrical capacity and 30% more heating and cooling capacity than is ever needed.