Crossrail is a major new transport project to improve access and reduce congestion in London and the South East of England. Rails carrying mainline-sized trains will cross central London both under and above ground, revolutionising the ease of east/west travel across the capital. Eight new underground stations are to be constructed across central London which will enable interchange with existing rail lines.
One of the few new timber framed office in the UK, The Greenhouse is a revival of a disused and derelict 1960s office block. Refurbished and extended with a cross laminated timber frame, it delivers an environmentally exemplary office space.
Situated in Gibraltar’s famous Ocean Village marina complex, the new Imperial Ocean Plaza Gibraltar is an 18 storey mixed use development. It will comprise 116 luxury apartments, retail units and Category A commercial office space.
The design and development of a lay-by berth within the Solent Maritime Special Area of Conservation (SAC) set a precedent for navigating changes to the marine licensing process. The project upholds habitat conservation objectives for the SAC, whilst benefiting the wider Isle of Wight economy with increased freight movements across the Solent.
Ramboll, as part of the Groupement Origine Orléans team (GOO), including partners Stantec and EXP, have carried out the conceptual and preliminary design of the new iconic bridge that will connect Île d'Orléans to the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.
A new £38m state-of-the-art Emergency Department in the centre of a congested hospital estate with numerous complex interfaces with the surrounding buildings and infrastructure
Jutting out into the River Thames from Gabriel’s Pier, stood Head Above Water, a 9-meter-high, interactive, Cross Laminated Timber sculpture. Creating a dramatic change to London’s skyline its intention was to provoke discussion to end mental health-related stigma and discrimination.
Creating new interfaces between food science, gut biology, human health and disease, the Quadram Institute brings together the Institute for Food Research (IFR), Norwich and Norfolk University Hospitals (NNUH) gastroenterology team, and researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) Faculty of Science into one building, facilitating world class translational research and clinical care.
Luxurious hotel offering box views into the adjacent arena part of a new commercial centre. Outstanding roof top terrace with sauna and whirlpools and views over the city. Innovative central deck spanning the rail tracks supporting the entire development.
Provides high specification labs with very-low vibration levels allied with flexible office, teaching and collaboration spaces. This new flagship facility is going to strengthen the Universities capabilities in chemical, environmental and bio-molecular sciences.
Longest bridge under construction in south-east Europe. Ramboll is providing Detailed Design Independent Proof Check services and Design Review team throughout the design and construction phases.
A major multi-phased residential and retail development revitalising Canning Town. Constrained by major roads and properties and up to 21 storeys high, the 650 unit award-winning scheme presented numerous engineering challenges requiring creative and innovative solutions.
The Greater Changhua 1 & 2a offshore wind farm project is a significant step towards Taiwan’s transition to renewable energy. Ramboll designed the two large 600MW offshore substations for the wind farm.
Chester’s most iconic heritage asset, Eastgate and its world-renowned clock, was reopened in 2015 following almost a year conservation and extensive repairs led by Ramboll’s conservation engineers.
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) will accelerate the commercial impact of graphene and help realise its potential to revolutionise countless industries.
A world-class physics research and teaching development featuring including technical spaces for superconducting magnets and lasers and extensive cleanrooms. Future flexibility and expansion were key aspects of the client brief, along with high sustainable credentials with the building on target to achieve Breeam Excellent.
At 350,000 sqm this mixed use building contains the largest shopping center in the Nordics. The development is due for final phase completion in 2022, has been awarded the highest-level LEED Platinum Certification and has charging stations for nearly 300 electric cars. as well as parking spaces for 3,400 bicycles.
A 35 storey, 70,000 m sq development in the heart of the City of London. Targetting BREEAM Outstanding, Net Zero Carbon and many other forward thinking initiatives this building will deliver a world class sustainable office.
When property developer Quintain embarked on transforming the long-neglected area surrounding the iconic Wembley stadium, into a new district and exciting hub, they sought Ramboll as an engineering partner who could fully realise their ambitious sustainability agenda.
Landmark commercial building at the gateway to Paradise development, Birmingham.
The new Paddington station serves the new Elizabeth line railway (formerly known as Crossrail) which increases capacity at this major London interchange and across the network by 200m passengers a year. The Ramboll team played an integral role in the design and delivery of the entrance canopy, façades, cladding, conservation and public realm, working extensively with stakeholders to overcome the highly complex challenges of this landmark station.
Custom House Station is one of the 10 new stations in London for the Elizabeth line that was opened on the 24 May 2022. It is the only above-ground station on the line, which is positioned on a tightly constrained site. The new station is predominantly constructed in pre-cast concrete elements, where Ramboll supported the design in enhancing its buildability and project managed the contractor's design team, overseeing 12 separate design disciplines.
Ramboll’s engineering and environmental teams helped gain planning consent, while increasing site value and addressing local development objectives.
Paradise is described as the most important development Birmingham has seen in a generation. The project will deliver ten new buildings and three public squares, creating a vibrant mix of commercial, residential, leisure and hotel spaces.
The Fehmarnsund Tunnel is a 1.7km long immersed tunnel connecting the German mainland to the island of Fehmarn.