Guy Collingwood. Ramboll

Guy Collingwood

Head of Development

T: +44 20 7631 5291

“"Managing risk is about managing opportunity. We advise the client on where to pull value back in."”

Curriculum vitae

Guy Collingwood joined our infrastructure team in 2007 as an Associate, becoming Associate Director in 2009 and Director in 2010.

Guy is responsible for leading the Infrastructure and Highways Group in London, developing the market strategy and driving technical excellence. He has extensive experience delivering projects both in the UK and internationally.

Guy joined us with more than a decade's experience as an infrastructure engineer, in which urban engineering and work with the aviation sector feature prominently. In both areas, his ability to deliver quality work to a very tight programme has proved critical. His full range of his infrastructure engineering experience extends across masterplanning, highway design, drainage (including sustainable drainage and water management systems), utility co-ordination, adoptions, flood risk and earthworks.

Guy also represents his discipline as part of Ramboll's Aviation Business Network sector group. His detailed knowledge and experience of derives from several years' work on the development of Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5 before joining Ramboll; further, he has been associated with a range of projects at both Stansted and Gatwick airports. He is a frequent attendee at aviation conferences and a member of the multi-disciplinary British Aviation Group.

Guy is an adept communicator who emphasises cross-team understanding as central to the success of any project — particularly where specialist information and geographically disparate teams are involved. His considerable experience of taking complex projects from the earliest feasibility stages through to completion and handover sustains his understanding of the scope of information required. He frequently takes responsibility for the management of interfaces within the project team. His ongoing working relationships with the architects involved are a tribute to his success in this area

It is partly due to these strengths that Guy is increasingly involved in ambitious masterplanning projects worldwide. A skilled co-ordinator, he has a fine sense of the balance of priorities involved in making major schemes viable. Sustainable options for power and water supply, and water and waste management, are integral to his approach.

Guy is a Supervising Civil Engineer with the Institution of Civil Engineers and supports the training and development of graduates across the business.

Recent projects

Hastings Pier Conservation

The much loved Victorian pleasure pier at Hastings has risen like a phoenix following decades of abuse, thanks to a group of local people and funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Ramboll played a key role in the restoration and regeneration of Hastings Pier, offering strategic advice to both the Pier Trust and Hastings Borough Council.

RNLI Coventina - All-weather Lifeboat Centre (ALC)

The All-weather Lifeboat Centre (ALC) at the RNLI Headquarters, Poole is a modern life boat manufacturing facility that has secured the charity’s lifeboat building supply chain for the next 30 years.

RNLI Baltimore upgrade

Baltimore Lifeboat Station, on the south west tip of Ireland, has been extended and remodelled to accommodate the needs of crews for the inshore and all-weather lifeboats. Facilities have been improved further by creating an adjacent pontoon berth. Our team provided geotechnical, marine, structural and building services engineering and project management.

The station building (c.1913) is an early example of reinforced concrete construction and has been refurbished and enlarged by the addition of a new steel frame extension, roofed with slate to match the existing. The station’s slipway has been modified so that RNLI Baltimore’s Atlantic 75B class inshore lifeboat Bessie can be launched directly from the boathouse. A water-source heat pump uses seawater to supply backgro ...

Liverpool cruise liner facility 2007

When Liverpool's 250-metre-long floating cruise liner facility opened in 2007, large cruise liners such as Queen Mary II and Queen Elizabeth II were able to to visit Liverpool without entering the enclosed dock system or berthing mid-river.


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