Rendel COVID-19 Statement
Following the recent change to the UK Government’s advice concerning the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK and globally, Rendel Ltd has implemented a number of measures to play our part in the nation’s efforts to minimise the impact of this disease on our country.
Lagos Fourth Mainland Bridge Project, Nigeria
Rendel team has signed a collaborative agreement with AEC Lagos for the design development of the Lagos Fourth Mainland bridge project, estimated to cost in the region of €2 bn (₦844 billion).
Rendel has opened a third UK office and established a permanent presence in Bristol in March 2020. The office will act as a base for Rendel and Ingerop staff working on nuclear projects in the Bristol area and with our client Edvance UK & BYLOR.
Nepal strategic road network
Rendel, in association with IMC Worldwide, has been appointed on a road maintenance project to raise the quality of the strategic road network in Nepal.
Stan Sikorski and Quang Trinh achieve UK chartered engineer status
We are pleased to announce that Stan Sikorski and Quang Trinh have successfully achieved UK Chartered Engineer status through the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Rendel wins the Graduate Initiative of the Year category at the 2019 Construction News Talent Awards
Following a rigorous judging process conducted by HR and talent experts from inside and outside the industry, Rendel emerged as the winner of Graduate Initiative of the Year for their work on their newly implemented, improved graduate recruitment and training scheme.
Congratulations to Juan Sevillano, Ferdinando Aloi, Zak Mahmud and João Silva
We are pleased to announce that Juan Sevillano and Ferdinando Aloi have successfully achieved UK Chartered Engineer status through the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Bouaké-Bassawa-Sandégué-Tanda road in Côte d’Ivoire
Rendel has been appointed by a major contactor on the development on the Bouaké-Bassawa-Sandégué-Tanda road in Côte d’Ivoire. Rendel will be carrying out the review of the project design and documents, dealing with their completeness and relevance, as well as a high level audit of quantities of the Bill of Quantities.
Rendel returns to Birmingham
Rendel Ltd is extending its UK presence with the opening of a new office in Birmingham from 1 October 2019.
Ingérop to strengthen its international presence with the acquisition of Caribbean firm, Guez Caraïbes.
Ingérop, a large consultancy specialising in engineering, sustainable mobility, energy transition and the liveable spaces, has acquired...
Congratulations to Elisa Barros who successfully achieved Chartered Engineer status through the Institution of Civil Enginee...
North Field Expansion Project – Marine Works, Qatar
Rendel’s ports and maritime team has been appointed by an international contractor to carry out pre-tender engineering service...
Rendel Geotechnical Engineer Named Chair of European Technical Committee on the Evaluation of Eurocode 7
Congratulations to Petya Petkova, Georgios Katsigiannis and Quang Trinh, who have all had great success with their training through the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) this year.
Yangon Port Expansion to Meet Increased International Trade
Rendel has been appointed by an international contractor to carry out pre-tender design services for the EPC tender for a new US$290 million container termin...
British Heart Foundation 10 km Fundraising Run 2019
A team of nine employees from Rendel took part in the British Heart Foundation’s Tower of London Run on Wednesday 8th May and raised over £700 for thi...
Engineering Summer Placement Opportunities
We are seeking 3rd year engineering students who have an interest in pursuing a career in civil / structural engineering for summer placements.
Khaldeh – Okaibe Expressway, Beirut, Lebanon
Rendel, as part of a consortium led by Mazars LLP including IMC Worldwide and Allen & Overy, has been appointed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Develo...
NCE100 Awards Company of the Year 2019
We are delighted that Rendel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the "Design Innovator" category of the New Civil Engineer Companies of the Year 2019 Awards.
Congratulations to Shailesh Bhudia, Matt Lyons, Omar Nabeel and Paulo Pinto, who all achieved Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (MICE) and became UK Chartered Engineers in 2018.
Supporting mental health with creative, Christmassy ‘crafternoon’
Rendel raised money for the mental health charity, Mind, by hosting a Christmassy ‘crafternoon’ for staff this week. Rendel employees supported the fundraising event by donating money and explor...
Rendel Director Delivers Special Lecture at Cambridge University
Sam Khan, Director of Bridges and Structures at Rendel, was invited by Cambridge University, Laing O’Rourke Centre, to deliver a special lecture on ‘Innovations in Modern Cable Stayed and Long Span Bridges’ ...
Hinkley Point C
Rendel, in association with Ingerop, has been appointed on a 14-month contract by Bouygues Travaux Publics and Laing O’Rourke (BYLOR) to provide design services for Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station Control Centre Building. ...
Senior drainage engineer at Rendel gives speech at British Hydrological Society
Wahid Uzzaman, senior drainage engineer at Rendel, gave a presentation to the British Hydrology Society’s 13th National Hydrology Symposium on 13 September 2018. Wahid’s presentation “Use of Mathematical Model as a Tool for Drainag...
Moldova Road Sector Programme – Supervision of Construction
Rendel has been appointed by the State Road Administration of the Republic of Moldova to provide construction supervision of civil works on the R1 Bahmut bypass, funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development from the EU...
Rendel and Ingerop to open office in Australia
Rendel and Ingerop have opened an office in Australia in response to requests from our key clients to support them in the country’s growing infrastructure sector. The permanent presence will build on Rendel’s established experience across Australia.
Rendel Career Development
Working in close association with The National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR), Rendel has recruited two apprentices who will be attending the College part time, whilst gaining valuable on the job experience within Rendel.
International Women in Engineering Day
Rendel is proud to mark International Women in Engineering Day by celebrating our own female engineers, who have been central to the delivery of these exciting and interesting projects, all over the world.
Port of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
The Ports and Maritime team, in association with Ingerop, has been appointed to provide consultancy services for the Front-End Engineering Design for the Abidjan container terminal project in the Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire).
M6 Transit Corridor Improvements, Belarus
Rendel has been appointed to provide consulting services on the improvements and reconstruction on the above road, which runs from Minsk to Grodno to the Bruzgi on the Polish border, funded by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
IABSE Conference, Kuala Lumpur, April 25 - 27 2018
Vardy Jones, Managing Director of Rendel, presented at last month’s IABSE Conference- Engineering the Developing World – in Malaysia.
Beach Road Junction Project Tema Port Expansion, Ghana
A consortium of Rendel and Ingerop has been appointed by a French contractor to provide tender design services on the beach road junction and a new port access road at Tema port, Ghana.
Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station
EDF Energy has appointed Ingerop, in association with Rendel, to deliver detailed civil engineering studies for key buildings at Hinkley Nuclear Power Plant.
British Heart Foundation 2018
Rendel’s put forward seven runners who did an amazing job last night participating in the British Heart Foundation’s Tower of London Run, running either the 5km or 10km.
Rendel Appoints Major Projects Director
Rendel is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Hackett as Major Project Director. Tim will be responsible for leading significant company projects as well as large bids and tenders and will also hold a position on Rendel’s Operational Board.
International Women’s Day
On International Women’s Day, we asked civil engineer, Petya Petkova, about her works as a STEM ambassador, her experience as a female civil engineer and her advice to the next generation of engineers, both male and female.
CAT III Check on Damage Assessment of Existing River Wall Assets on the Thames Tideway Tunnel project at Kirtling Street, London
Rendel was appointed by Ferrovial Laing O’Rourke (FLO) to undertake a Category III Check of the damage assessment carried out on the existing river wall assets at Kirtling Street. The check was limited to the first and second phase construction works which included installation of diaphragm walls, shaft excavation and tunnelling for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.
Detail Design of Blackfriars Gas Main Diversions under the District & Circle Line, London
Rendel Limited has been engaged by the diversion works contractor, Barhale Limited to undertake the structural (shaft and tunnels) and geotechnical design for the proposed gas main diversions in accordance with their previously completed feasibility study.
Bridges 2018 - Annual Conference and Exhibition
Sam Khan, director for bridges at Rendel, will be speaking at the Bridges 2018 Conference on 14 March 2018, delivering a talk titled ‘The Skytrain Cable-Stayed Bridge, Sydney Metro’. The Skytrain cable-stayed bridge is a first of a kind metro/rail bridge in Sydney, Australia which crosses Windsor Road.
Mtwara Port, Tanzania
Rendel has been appointed by China Railway Major Bridge Engineering Group (MBEC) to provide an independent design check on the construction of an additional berth at Mtwara Port in Tanzania.
Mtentu River Bridge
Rendel and Ingerop South Africa have been appointed by a joint venture between Aveng and Strabag (A.S. Joint Venture) to provide independent checking of special temporary works on the construction of the Mtentu River Bridge on the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa.
Goodwood Circuit Improvements
The management of Goodwood are keen to improve the experience for their loyal customers to the Goodwood Motor Circuit. This will enable attendees to major events to have a much pleasant experience using the pedestrian access routes and areas as they move around the site. Rendel worked with Driven International to undertake initial feasibility studies.
First span on 6.15km long road and rail Padma Bridge is installed
A very visible milestone was reached on the Padma Bridge project in Bangladesh this week, when the first of the 41 spans was successfully installed on piers 37 and 38.
Bangladesh Bridge Authority in London
Rendel has been pleased to welcome to London three guests from the Bangladesh Bridge Authority (BBA) for whom Rendel are working on the Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project (PMBP).
Petrochemical Refinery Integration Al Zour (PRIZe) Project - Kuwait
Rendel has been appointed by Amec Foster Wheeler to provide maritime consultancy services on KIPIC’s Petrochemical Refinery Integration Al Zour (PRIZe) project.
Rendel shortlisted for the NCE100 companies of the year awards 2017
Rendel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the "Global Firm of the Year" category of the 2017 NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards. This category falls within the World View pillar of the NCE100 Awards and recognises firms that ‘are actively exporting best practice around the world’.
Rendel has been appointed for a Design and Build Port Project in Egypt
Rendel has been appointed by a confidential client to provide tender design services on the expansion of Port of Sokhna in Egypt, the closest port to Cairo.
ALIGN consortium is awarded a flagship HS2 civil works contract
High Speed Two (HS2) Limited today announced that ALIGN, the bidding joint venture (JV) of Bouygues Construction, sir Robert McAlpine, and VolkerFitzpatrick, with its design partners, Jacobs and Ingerop, has been awarded the £965m Chilterns Tunnels and Colne Valley Viaduct main works civils contract (Lot C1).
Rendel Appointed on Bangladesh's 240km Long Freight Railway From Dhaka to Payra Port
London, United Kingdom – International project consultancy firm Rendel and OTB Engineering Ltd – in association with HR Wallingford, Railway Engineering Associated Ltd and BCL Associates
Nepal Transport Due Diligence Services
Rendel is providing technical support on a roads improvement project in Nepal. A Consortium led by IMC Worldwide with Rendel and four US-based consultants won the first Task Order from a three-year MCC-funded Transport
Highways Construction Supervision in Ukraine
Rendel’s Highways team, led by Richard Valenta, has been appointed to provide the World Bank funded construction supervision consultancy services for a road safety improvement project.
Thames Tideway Central – Temporary Works
The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a major new sewer which is urgently required to protect the River Thames from pollution during high tides. Over the next 100 years it will prevent overflows from London’s Victorian sewage systems.
Basements and Underground Conference
Andrea Gillarduzzi, Market Sector Director of Geotechnical Engineering for Rendel, delivered a presentation regarding the design of the foundations, basement, temporary works and finite element modeling of the substructure of Manhattan Loft Gardens Development.
Sydney Metro [North West Rail Link] – Provision of Construction Stage Technical Assistance
Rendel's bridges team, led by Sam Khan has been appointed by the Principal Contractor, Impregilo-Salini JV [ISJV], on the Sydney Metro project to provide construction stage technical assistance.
New Home for Rendel
London, United Kingdom – International engineering consultancy firm Rendel, which is currently working on a number of London projects such as Garden Bridge, Thames Estuary Phase 1 and Waterloo Bridge Assessment, has relocated its London-based head office to new offices.
Rendel Shortlisted For The British Construction Industry Awards 2016
Rendel, as part of the professional team has been shortlisted as a finalist in the “Temporary Works (Building)” category of the 2016 British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) for Manhattan Loft Gardens (MLG).
Align consortium appoints Jacobs and Ingerop-Rendel as design partners
Align, the UK high-speed rail bidding consortium of Bouygues Travaux Publics, Sir Robert McAlpine, and VolkerFitzpatrick has today announced the appointment of UK-based companies Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. and Ingérop-Rendel as its design partners.
Olifants River Bridge Peer Review
A joint venture Rendel and Ingerop South Africa have been appointed by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL), to carry out a peer review of the design of the Olifants River bridge crossing (B2435A) on National Route N7 Section 4 near Trawal, in the Western Cape.
All of us at Rendel are shocked and saddened by the sudden and early death of Zaha Hadid at the age of just 65. We are extremely proud to have worked with her on the Sheikh Zayed Bridge in Abu Dhabi which has been included by The Guardian in a list of her top ten best buildings. Rendel was the design engineer for this iconic bridge.
Rendel shortlisted for the NCE100 companies of the year awards 2016
Rendel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the "International Impact" category of the 2016 NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards.
Rendel appointed on the most challenging construction project in Bangladesh history
London, United Kingdom – International project consultancy firm Rendel - in association with BCL Associates Ltd (BCL) of Bangladesh, PADECO Co. Ltd, Japan and Katahira & Engineers International (KEI), Japan - has signed an agreement with the Bangladesh Bridge Authority (BBA) to provide Management Support Consultancy (MSC) Services on the US$ 2.9 billion Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project (PMBP).
Rendel appointed on UK's largest marine development project
Rendel, which has been working on marine projects on the Humber since 1900, has been appointed to provide Category 3 checking on the £200 million Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP)
Lower Thames Crossing
The public consultation for the final decision on type of infrastructure for the Lower Thames Crossing was opened on 26 January 2016, by Highways England.