Planning and constructing offshore and onshore wind farms is a complex task. It requires technical excellence and a multi-disciplinary approach.
Ramboll and Aalborg University join forces in an Industrial PhD project that will provide greater reliability upon the design and operational phase of offshore wind farms. The project, with an expected date of completion in 2021, will be carried out by one of Ramboll’s talents, Dawid Augustyn, Structural Engineer in Offshore Wind, with the supervision from a team of Ramboll experts, as well as recognised professors from Aalborg University.
The Ramboll Group has entered into an agreement to acquire the US engineering and design consultancy OBG, adding 900 experts within water, energy, environment and advanced manufacturing with effect of 1 January 2019. With the acquisition Ramboll now has 2,000 experts in the US and 15,000 globally.
Minimum-facility platforms can render marginal fields in the North Sea profitable.We develop cost-effective platform solutions for marginal fields in the North Sea
Wind is in Ramboll’s DNA. The first offshore wind farm was established in the late 1980s in our home country Denmark, and since then Ramboll has contributed to the continuous development of the sector globally.Watch our video
To optimise the design of wind foundations and turbines, engineers need a platform for fast, robust and cloud-based data storage and execution. Ramboll has teamed up with Google Cloud to improve its in-house wind software in this area.
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.