Since being introduced in 1995, the Ryder Bursary has invested over £600,000 to support students. Laura Bielinski, 2021's winner, gives an overview of the application process and her plans for the future.
To mark Ryder’s ongoing commitment to support The Armed Forces Covenant, David Stabler reflects on the opportunities in construction.
Ahead of Armed Forces Day, Andrew Johnson discusses his experience in the British Armed Forces and the importance of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Richard Wood, architectural director at Ryder, reflects on his career so far, which saw him travel extensively around south east Asia before joining Ryder in Hong Kong.
Ryder was awarded 3* status and named top architectural practice in the Best Companies to Work For Survey 2021.
The award winning apprenticeship scheme, developed in the north east to tackle construction skills shortages, is expanding to offer career opportunities in the north west.
Ryder has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise – recognised for its excellence in international trade.
The Environments We Occupy: How Understanding Indoor Environmental Quality Will Improve Building Performance
Graham Coulby, Ryder funded PhD candidate, discusses his research which focusses on new technologies and scalable solutions to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) monitoring.
Kier Construction has been chosen to deliver the new £14m Durham History Centre, designed by Ryder.