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.
Elad Eisenstein has been appointed as Director of Cities and Regeneration, where he will lead Ramboll’s urban regeneration team, focusing on major cities projects, integrating across the transport, infrastructure environment and energy businesses.
Ramboll will once again be participating in the European Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) conference in Dublin next year and we are asking for abstracts for their sustainable marine environment session.