We are delighted to announce the acquisition of specialist UK rail signalling business, DEG Signal Ltd. Welcoming DEG to our business will enable us to offer broader and deeper rail signalling expertise to Ramboll’s and DEG’s clients and shows our commitment to playing a major role in the development of modern rail systems both in the UK and overseas.
According to WICE, women represent 9% of engineering professionals in the UK, 18% in Spain, 26% in Sweden and 20% in Italy. The European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards has the ambition to make these industries more enticing to women, to create role models for women considering a career in these sectors, and to encourage companies to employ and train more women. Ramboll is delighted to have four finalists chosen for the awards.
Behavioural-based safety (BBS) programmes have been disputed since their emergence in the late 20th century. While some favour the focus BBS programmes place on employee engagement, others reject their disciplinary or fault-finding nature. To help bridge the gap between theory and practice in behavioural safety, Ramboll is discussing the impact of safety culture on risk assessment at the Behavioral Safety & Culture: Barriers & Success Stories Conference in Berlin, Germany, on April 18-20, 2018.
Ramboll’s Buildings Director, Tom Shaw, recently joined a panel of influential industry experts to explore the extent to which modular housing is impacting the build to rent sector.
The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link will be the longest sea bridge in India. Ramboll is acting as an advisor for the Indian and South Korean joint venture Tata Projects-Daewoo.
Lambeth Council’s Planning Committee has granted housing association Metropolitan qualified planning approval for their proposed development of more than 2,500 new homes and a wide range of community facilities at Clapham Park in south London.
Local governments around the world are grappling with rising populations and growing infrastructure investment demands whilst striving to improve the liveability of urban areas. Against this backdrop, smart technologies, analytics and digital design have the potential to transform the way we address imperatives such as air pollution, transport connectivity, water/waste management, energy and climate change.
Ramboll projects receive five nominations in the respected Construction News Awards shortlist; Queensferry Crossing, Mersey Gateway, Dalston Works, Stratford Restraining Wall and the Dynamic Masterplanning tool.
From economic evaluations and masterplanning to the detailed design of terminals and pavements. Our services cover everything required to plan, design, implement and maintain aviation infrastructure and services.
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.
Ramboll celebrates International Women’s Day, recognising the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
The Ramboll Group continues its positive course in 2017. Once again the engineering, design and consultancy company reports the best operating profit in company history and an improved EBITA margin. With a solid order book across all markets, Ramboll is well positioned for future growth.