The Covid-19 pandemic has reduced office occupancy to 15% globally and prompted tenants to consider downsizing their office footprint. Ramboll provides office owners and operators with proven expertise and practical solutions to ensure offices are safe, resilient, and attractive to tenants.
As part of the Danish climate agreement of June 2020, it was decided to build two energy islands, in the Baltic and North Seas respectively, linked to offshore wind farms that together can provide 5 GW and cover the electric consumption for approx. 5 million households in Denmark and nearby countries. The global engineering, architecture and consultancy company Ramboll has been awarded one of the first pilot climate and seabed studies for the coming energy islands.
The “EU Taxonomy Regulation” will require most European financial institutions and non-financial companies to outline the environmental sustainability of their economic activities. With less than a year to go, it is high time to align say two Ramboll experts. This article gives you five reasons why.
The Danish Government recently approved the establishment of two energy islands by 2030 in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The conversion of the future massive amounts of electricity into other energy carriers through Power-to-X (P2X) technologies will play a key role in efficiently integrating the energy islands into the Danish energy system. But CO2 scarcity in relation to P2X is a challenge that has caught the attention of the Danish energy industry.
Heather Mason is part of Ramboll’s project-team working on the expansion of the E6 Ulsberg-Vindåsliene motorway in Norway. Norway is experiencing a boom in motorway construction, and client Nye Veier has set ambitious climate goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions during the construction and operational phases of the new E6 motorway.
With mounting pressure to quickly deliver high-quality, sustainable and economical buildings, mass timber is growing in popularity.Lean more about the benefits of building with timber
Ramboll offers a number of services that can help our clients and communities along the path to recovery. We leverage our global experience and local expertise to provide integrated approaches, tailored to address the complex challenges of COVID-19.More about how we can help
When you work for Ramboll you’re working for a global company. You’ll be joining colleagues from all over the world, many of whom are involved with international clients and projects, and some working abroad. Right now, we're looking for more than 250 bright colleagues for exciting and innovative projects.
Once again, Ramboll has secured one of the top spots as the most attractive employer among engineering professionals in the Nordic region. The survey, conducted by Universum, is based on the preferences of over 38,000 professionals in the Nordics.
We are present in 35 countries and combine local experience with a global knowledge-base, constantly striving to achieve inspiring and exacting solutions that make a genuine difference to our clients, end-users, and society at large.
Ramboll employs 16,000 people globally and has especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
Given the uncertainty and rapid change caused by the pandemic, Ramboll’s financial performance in 2020 was satisfactory.
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.