Ramboll has entered the second year of a seven-year consultancy framework with the Falkland Islands Government (FIG) to support replacement of critical infrastructure that enables sustainable change, both economically, socially and environmentally for the people of the Falkland Islands.
Mayor of London and Tottenham Hotspur officially open Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice’s new building, The Ark.
Ramboll aspires to help cities deliver sustainable solutions for the benefit of people and society at large. That’s why we're an active partner at this year's C40 Worlds Mayors Summit in Copenhagen, where the world’s megacities meet to address climate change together.
The new £4m competition-winning, cliff-top footbridge at Tintagel Castle is open. Ramboll’s Ground Engineering team undertook geotechnical investigations which informed the structural foundation designs.
Andrew Krebs joins Ramboll as Digital Strategy Lead within our building services division. In his role he will provide strategic direction to the pioneering digital initiatives that will transform how we deliver MEP services to clients.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Sir David Attenborough, and those pivotal in the design, engineering and preparations for the new polar ship, descended on Birkenhead docks, as drummers drummed, and 200 children dressed as penguins paraded to mark this special occasion.
We are delighted to remain at 9th position in the Top 150 Consultants league table from Buildings, as well as maintaining our position as 6th in their Top 50 Engineers index.
During a three-day festival to mark the Royal naming of the RRS Sir David Attenborough, Ramboll and partners will showcase the sustainable and innovative design solutions for the Antarctic Modernisation programme – The work to upgrade UK’s Antarctic research infrastructure in preparation for the new ship.
Buildings and the construction sector are responsible for nearly 40% of annual global carbon emissions – that’s a well-known fact. But less known is that 28% of those emissions are embodied in the materials used in the construction of buildings. Ramboll has co-authored a new report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) on reducing embodied carbon in buildings.
Lucy Padfield, District Energy Director, has been announced as the new Chair of the ADE, the UK’s trade association for decentralised energy, representing more than 150 interested parties from across the industrial, commercial and public sectors.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a developing technological field with potential for industrial innovation in the circular economy of carbon. In close collaboration with several partners, Ramboll Management Consulting analysed CCU technologies with a focus on the utilisation of CO2 to replace fossil carbon in industrial production processes.
Frode Mo brings years of international rail and leadership experience with him when he starts in September. His focus will be to expand the global reach of the Rail Systems division, building on Ramboll’s extensive experience with digital transformation of railways.