Outline designs for twin replacement bridges linking Bermuda’s airport to the rest of the islands have been published following the public information session. Detailed designs for the bridges will now be drawn up over the next 6-9 months.
Ramboll is to showcase how our teams in Manchester, Leeds, Chester and Newcastle are helping to bring improvements to the quality of life that great global cities need.
At InnoTrans 2018, the leading fair for rail industry in Berlin, Ramboll showcased transport services and hosted successful events.
Double success for Ramboll’s digital design team and the Dynamic Masterplanning toolkit at NCE Techfest and IABSE Future of Design
Ramboll selected by Quintain to provide engineering design services across the £3billion Wembley Park regeneration project
Ramboll has joined a leading industry think tank, the Tech Task Force convened by Green Alliance, to support the drive to position the UK as a world leader in digitally enabled low carbon growth.
Ramboll has worked closely with British designer Steuart Padwick to realise the construction of the 9m-high CLT head which will be installed on London’s South Bank as part of the London Design Festival.
Ramboll will embed a small technical and professional team in the Falkland Islands to coordinate a range of specialist services that the Falkland Islands Government can draw upon.
Ramboll delivered strong organic growth in the first half of 2018 and has positive expectations for the full year due to a historically large order book.
Ramboll and #BuildingEquality march at Prides across the UK to increase awareness for LGBT+ employees working in the construction industry.
Ramboll has signed the Time to Change Employer Pledge, joining over 800 employers who are determined to change the way we all think and act about mental health in the workplace.
A major milestone in the build of the UK’s state-of-the-art polar research ship was reached at the weekend, Saturday 14 July 2018, when the 129-metre long, 10,000 tonne hull of the RRS Sir David Attenborough was launched into the River Mersey for the first time.