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Paul Steen: Bold steps required to develop citywide district heat networks in Scotland

Paul Steen on why we need consistent local and national policies to develop citywide district heat networks if we are to reach net-zero emissions targets.

Published 16 September 2020

Ramboll environmental assessment helps Sutherland spaceport take off

A spaceport in Sutherland has been given the go-ahead by the Highland Council following the successful completion of an environmental impact assessment led by engineering and environmental consultancy Ramboll. 

Published 3 July 2020

Government makes £5.5m investment in local renewables and low carbon heat

Additional funding of £5.5 million is being made available for renewables projects to contribute towards a green recovery following the coronavirus pandemic.

Published 18 June 2020

And finally... New Antarctic Wharf completed for RRS Sir David Attenborough

For the first time, polar ships have moored at a new £40 million wharf at British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) Rothera Research Station in Antarctica.

Published 17 April 2020

Emtec makes progress at HALO Hub in Kilmarnock

Emtec Building Services is progressing works at the HALO Hub project for client Morrison Construction Limited.

Published 2 March 2020

Trio to bid for £90m Clyde swing bridge contract

Three international engineering teams are in the running to build the first opening road bridge over the River Clyde.

Published 31 July 2019

First phase of HALO Kilmarnock submitted for detailed planning

The first phase of the HALO regeneration plan in Kilmarnock has now been submitted to East Ayrshire Council for detailed planning permission following the recent approval of planning permission in principle for the development masterplan.

Published 9 February 2018

The practical application of BIM

Graham Stewart is the UK Head of BIM at Ramboll, a global multidisciplinary engineering, design and consultancy business, which employs over 12,800 people across 300 offices.

Published 22 September 2015

Keppie aims to inspire future architects with schools design challenge

Keppie Design has called for architects to address the gulf between education and practice as it announced Cumnock Academy as the winner of the top prize at the finale of its ‘Interaction’ challenge.

Published 3 March 2015