Ramboll delivered solid results in 2019 and progressed the strategic development of the company further. The financial figures were published in March, and now our Annual Report is ready with the full story about our achievements.
Even though 95% of companies see sustainability as the key to their future success, many of them struggle with implementing a more sustainable business model. The survey reveals the challenges and a Ramboll expert explains how a strategic approach and measurement tools can help.
Form an early landscape design in sand and convert it to a 3D model – or make your digital model tangible by ‘printing’ it in the sandbox. Providing both opportunities, SandWorm gives landscape architects and climate adaptation professionals a new technology for community involvement and early stage design and ideation.
A measurement campaign executed by Ramboll and Aalborg University on a 48m telecom lattice tower owned by Rail Net Denmark (Banedanmark) aims at developing techniques to monitor the structural health of telecom towers & masts and optimise their design with True Digital Twins.
The aviation industry has been hard hit by the current COVID-19 crisis. In this article we consider how the industry will need to adapt to allow for safe travel post COVID-19, whilst keeping in mind long term goals that will ultimately improve experience, efficiency and net carbon outputs.
The recent state and outlook 2020 for the European environment (SOER) highlights the growing concern across Europe for the environmental conditions, not least the state of biodiversity and water resources. Biodiversity and water resources are still under a growing pressure, not least due to changing climate conditions.
This is the third article in a series of reflections on experiences during the Coronavirus crisis and how these might impact our cities in the future. Here, focus is on how rethinking tourism will help shape cities to become more sustainable (and vice versa).
For the second year in a row, Ramboll sent a team of engineers to Africa together with the NGO “Bridges to Prosperity” (B2P), to build a footbridge across the Makurungwe River, providing safe year-round access for the local communities.More about the project
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
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.
"I work with environment and health in our San Francisco office, focusing on air quality. Air quality is an issue we need to tackle, sooner rather than later; air quality is very closely tied to climate changes and has a huge impact on public health." - Julia Luongo, Managing consultant.
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.
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 16,500 people globally and has especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
Revenue was the highest ever in 2019 at DKK 14.2 billion (up from DKK 11.4 in 2018).
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.