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.
Earlier this week the first ever National Infrastructure Assessment (NIA) was launched making recommendations around the UK’s future economic infrastructure needs that the government will be required to formally respond to. They include a range of topics including low carbon energy, revolutionising road transport, reducing the risks of drought and flooding, and liveable cities.
The Technical Excellence Forum (TEF) brings together creative minds from across Ramboll to share knowledge and insights into how we are meeting client challenges and addressing the industry’s most pressing issues.
Proposals which would make Manchester’s Albert Square one of the finest civic spaces in Europe, as well as further details of plans to refurbish the Town Hall, have been unveiled.
Ramboll and #BuildingEquality marched at Pride in London on Saturday 7th July to increase awareness for LGBT+ employees working in the construction industry.
With sales in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV) growing inexorably and set to replace diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040, now is the time to plan our buildings for the changing pattern in energy usage, argues Adam Selvey in the influential CIBSE journal.
Another Friday, another award. On this occasion Gavin White collected the inaugural Offsite Champions Award at the Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards.
New software could provide city leaders and policy-makers with the tools to finance more climate actions. The first step is a report from Ramboll and C40.
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.