Ramboll played a key role in the development of Dubai’s very own tropical indoor rainforest in the region.
Marking an important milestone, the construction of the first ever Hindu temple in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was announced on Thursday with Ramboll appointed by the lead consultant and designer, RSP Architects, to provide multi-disciplinary services for this iconic project.
Peter Curran, Director Major Crossings at Ramboll will be delivering a lecture at the Concrete 2018: Cable Supported Structure (Structure & Bridges) Conference organised by the Indian Concrete Institute in New Delhi on 13 July 2018. In his lecture, Peter will talk about the Queensferry Crossing, the background to the project and describe key aspects and challenges in the design of this unique bridge from the designer’s perspective, with a focus on the challenges in the design and construction.
Ramboll has an extensive international track record of completed high rise projects. Our global team of buildings experts includes high rise specialist offices in London, Dubai and Singapore.Read Advanced High Rise Capability Statement
In the global scheme of challenges, the resource challenge is one of the most pressing ones to address: the limited natural resources. This publication explains how Ramboll’s solutions contribute.Read the publication
Urban density remains as a pressing issue in most developed countries. Singapore is known as one of the most populated cities in the world dealing with land scarcity. The increasing ground stress demands creative ways of intensifying land use through building vertically with a range of building systems and usages.
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