Ramboll brings investment, domain knowledge, experience in resilient and liveable cities and our own technology solution to VU.CITY, supporting its development as a global cross-market platform for smart city design and planning.
Ramboll has acquired the data centre consultancy EYP Mission Critical Facilities (EYPMCF). With the strategic acquisition Ramboll will strengthen its position in the international premier league of data centre consultancies and add fuel to its important mission of contributing to lowering the carbon footprint of the industry, which is a key component in our digitalised society.
Ramboll is pleased to announce the appointments of Trina Minchella as Director of Rail Infrastructure and Helena Turner, Director, leading the High Speed 2 (HS2) account, adding further capacity and capabilities to our Rail division.
Ramboll is part of the team that has been commissioned to advance the planning of the area around Stockholm Central Station. Central City as the area is called will consist of six new blocks and refurbishment of the Central Station.
New year, new EU rules. The EU Taxonomy aims to channel almost €300 billion private sector funding into sustainable impacts and the green transition.
Britain’s new polar research vessel, the RRS Sir David Attenborough, has travelled to Antarctica on its maiden voyage. Its first call today is at Rothera Research Station, the UK’s largest Antarctic research station on the continent and has berthed for the first time at its new wharf.
Industry expert panel join opening ceremony to discuss how the 75% reduction in CO2 for the Hope Sculpture project build can be used to accelerate the construction sector’s Net Zero delivery.
A decades-old riddle is being solved by Anne Lyck Smitshuysen of the Technical University of Denmark, paving the way for cheaper production of green hydrogen and winning her the Flemming Bligaard Award.
Three finalist nominations at the upcoming NCE Tunnelling Awards recognise Ramboll’s Sagar Sheth, Jiang Su and our work on Thames Tideway Tunnel.
Does the change of direction announced on Thursday 18 November in the government’s Integrated Rail Plan go far enough in addressing our country’s rail capacity and interconnectivity?
Our views on the Environment Act as it finally receives Royal Assent. After all this time, and considering the huge challenges - is it robust enough to positively deliver for nature, business and society?
Sharing best practice and new approaches to deliver net zero and sustainability was the purpose of the Pre-COP26 business breakfast event, hosted by our client British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and UKRI who are targeting net zero by 2040. Watch our highlights film.