An outline planning application has today been issued for the construction of a new national stadium, which, if approved, will become the home venue for all Gibraltar’s international football fixtures.
Last year, more high-rise buildings were completed than ever before. But what part does Scandinavia play in this resurgence?
The borough of Halton, on the banks of the Mersey, paid host to the first joint public engagement by Her Majesty the Queen and Meghan, the new Duchess of Sussex, as they officially opened the Mersey Gateway Crossing.
Using a mobile phone for 3D scanning can help refurbish wastewater treatment plants cheaply and efficiently – and this type of digitalisation can also be expanded into other areas.
A truly smart society is about people. The smart use of technology is not a goal in itself but a means to achieve improved liveability and sustainability.
We understand the value of individual difference and the importance of providing an inclusive, safe and supportive work environment for all our team. We are proud to support and celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month and our LGBT+ team members.
From 18 to 20 June Ramboll professionals will be joined by sustainability experts at the Danish Embassy in central London, to deliver a series of seminars exploring and explaining how we can go about designing liveable cities for future generations.
Now in its 9th year, the longest running Private Equity meeting – the Responsible Investment Forum (RIF) – is set to take place in London on June 12-13, 2018. Ramboll experts will participate in the two-day event, which brings together general and limited partners to discuss Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues and market trends.
We were over the moon to win at last week’s NCE100 and Women in Engineering Awards, and now we continue the celebrations after receiving four further awards at ACE’s Constructing Excellence Awards and the Ground Engineering awards!
Ramboll’s UK geotechnical team had a record order book in 2017, which contributed £3.9m to the business having secured many significant projects across Buildings, Transport and Environment & Health markets, including Thames Tideway where we are Cat II checking the design for tunnels, shafts, boxes and cofferdams.
On Monday 4 July our 60-strong team in Manchester relocated from Kings Court in Exchange Street to Arkwright House overlooking the prestigious Parsonage Gardens, off Deansgate.