Potential new shipping routes across the international Arctic economic area were the subject of the recent Arctic Roundtable conference ‘High North Atlantic Shipping and Trade’ in Portland, Maine, US, organized by Ramboll, Eimskip, Maine Port Authority, Troms County Council.
Ayrshire College’s new £53m Kilmarnock campus has been officially opened by the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
The designs for the Henry Royce Institute at The University of Manchester have been revealed. The £235m project will be the UK’s leading centre for advanced materials research and commercialisation.
Ramboll Environ hosted a seminar on 28th November entitled Implementing a Coherent Environmental Regulatory System Outside the EU: The Norwegian Experience. It was developed in partnership with the UK Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) and was attended by key figures for industry and environment agencies.
Ramboll Environ and the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) hosted a session for invited guests on chemicals policy post-Brexit
British Antarctic Survey, supported by Ramboll is getting ready to move its Halley VI Research Station 23km across the ice. It's the first time the station with a re-locatable design to cope with life on a floating ice shelf has been moved since its construction in 2012.
To be held on Friday 9th December, the ‘BIM4Heritage - Where we are and where we are going’ conference will explore the increasingly advanced applications of BIM and provide guidance on how BIM can be used for heritage conservation and repair and maintenance processes.
The Queensferry Crossing is the UK’s tallest bridge, the world’s longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge and made it into the Guinness World Records for being the world’s largest free-standing balanced cantilever.
Thursday 1st December marks the UK’s National Tunnels Day, organised by the British Tunnelling Society Young Members. It’s a day to celebrate great tunnelling projects in the UK and around the world.
Ramboll's Marcin Dawydzik is celebrating receiving joint second place at the New Civil Engineer Graduate Awards 2016. The awards, which identify the best and brightest graduate talent in the industry, recognise and reward all round engineering flair as well as academic ability.
In the 2016 UK Autumn Statement, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said we need a step change. We question whether the measures will deliver the pace of change to provide the country with the necessary economic, environmental and social impact.
Portsmouth needs better, and more integrated, public realm solutions for replacing it’s sea defences. Nick Clarke from Ramboll, and Gina Hodsman from Ramboll Environ are taking part in a unique Anglo-Dutch competition to help find them.