Today is the international UN World Water Day. We mark the day by inviting everybody to submit their bright ideas for initiatives or innovative solutions that can help the world reach the UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 of ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all by 2030.
In collaboration with Swedish Red Cross and other humanitarian organisations, Ramboll has started a project of installing production boreholes and gravity distribution systems for safe drinking supply in the mega refugee camp of Cox’s Bazar, delivering safe drinking water to approximately 10,000 people.
The UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 on getting water for all by 2030 is not only a third-world issue. Areas like California also experience longer and more severe droughts due to climate change. To avoid water scarcity, they need to increase the share of groundwater in the water supply. Geophysicists from Ramboll help map groundwater resources around the world by using advanced scanning technology. Listen to Ramboll’s podcast about ideas that help solve global problems.
Areas like California experience longer and more severe droughts due to climate change. To avoid water scarcity, they need to increase the share of groundwater in the water supply. Geophysicists from Ramboll help map groundwater resources around the world by using advanced scanning technology.
The design of offshore wind turbines is becoming increasingly more complex, but with digital twins, we can deliver interactive visualisations of engineering models that help streamline the project development process and minimise time and resources.
One of the largest construction projects in Denmark has experienced less than half the usual number of accidents, largely due to an interactive game that workers are required to play before starting at the site. The game is now being distributed to other countries.Read more about the project
Green and blue infrastructures in Singapore lessen the impacts of intensive urbanisation through more sustainable and biophilic design measures.Read about Kampung Admirality
Once again, Ramboll has secured one of the top spots as the most attractive employer among engineering students in 2018. The survey is conducted by Universum and based on the preferences of over 56,000 students from leading universities in the Nordics.
With more than 300 offices in 35 countries, Ramboll combines local experience with a global knowledgebase constantly striving to achieve inspiring and exacting solutions that make a genuine difference to our clients, the end-users, and society at large.
We employ more than 15,000 experts globally and have especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
In 2017, Ramboll delivered the best operating profit in company history.
Ramboll is majority owned by the Ramboll Foundation and this ensures the long-term and independent development of the company, its employees and the communities we serve.
Our founders believed in high ethical standards and behaving responsibly with each other and society at large. And this is still how we run Ramboll today.