Practising what he preaches, Phil Kelly, Rambolls' head of sustainability and building physics is taking a lower carbon route to MIPIM, in Cannes by cycling up to 1500km for children’s charity Coram.
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the first sighting of Antarctica by the British naval officer Edward Bransfield on this date in 1820, a new building to facilitate the British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) ongoing climate related research in Antarctica breaks ground today at their largest facility, Rothera Research Station.
Ramboll has been re-appointed as Technical Advisors for British Antarctic Survey (BAS), successfully winning the next phase of work in a series of projects to improve and modernise Antarctic research stations and infrastructure. The contract is valued at between £40-50 million and secures our involvement for a further 10 years.
Ramboll is delighted to be supporting Network Rail through Control Period 6 after securing the maximum number of lots awarded to suppliers on the single discipline frameworks.
A major modernisation programme at British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Rothera Research Station begins its second ‘summer season’ this month with the arrival of a 60-plus person team from BAM, supported by Ramboll as Technical Advisors to BAS.
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The Bermondsey Dive Under rail development project, part of Thameslink, received further recognition for commitment to biodiversity and sustainability and contributed to the overall Thameslink Programme won winning the Eric Hughes Award for outstanding contribution to sustainability in civil engineering.
Guy Milligan joins from Natural Power as Principal Consultant within the company’s energy division, the latest in a series of key appointments strengthening Ramboll’s strategic energy planning proposition in the UK.
Ramboll, JG ingenieros and the project team scoop the CIBSE Society of Digital Engineering (SDE) Award for Best Project and Collaboration in the large project category for the Proyecto 5 Estrellas, Valencia Arena.
Ramboll has become a Women’s Engineering Society (WES) partner to help further develop gender diversity in the industry.
Ramboll engineers and UCL scientists have returned from building sustainable bamboo houses in Lombok, Indonesia, with their work set to continue back in the UK.
A strong leader with an impressive track record in the international energy industry, Michael T Simmelsgaard will take the lead of Ramboll’s global energy division covering more than 1800 experts across 14 countries.