The world-renowned architectural company Henning Larsen becomes part of the Ramboll Group. The shared vision is to create sustainable cities and buildings that answer the global challenges.
The European Commission has asked Ramboll and its partner CO2logic to study how the Commission – as an organisation – can become greenhouse gas-neutral as early as possible prior to 2050.
Ramboll has developed an interdisciplinary study for the Umweltbundesamt, the Federal German Environment Agency, which considers all environmental aspects of the recycling of old wind turbines. The result of this demanding circular economy project shows a great need for action.
Michael Thorndahl Simmelsgaard is the new managing director for Ramboll’s global energy Division
Ramboll will once again be participating in the European Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) conference in Dublin next year and we are asking for abstracts for their sustainable marine environment session.
Ramboll is helping the utility of Elsinore extend and immerse a water outlet pipeline into the sea. The project is progressing well and will be fully implemented by the end of November.
EasyMining, Ragn Sells, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Ramboll, and BIOFOS are working together on a state-of-the-art technology to build a sustainable future with circular economy, minimize waste, reduce CO2 emission, recover the life-essential resource phosphorus, and produce environmental-friendly concrete.
Ramboll experts will be presenting a cutting-edge example of digital design at Autodesk University this week. For one of Bane NOR’s depots on Østfoldbanen railway project, Ramboll has set new standards for automation and digital design.
Every year the German-Danish Chamber of Commerce awards the prize to a company that promotes the business relations between Germany and Denmark.
Growing awareness of the speed, quality and environmental benefits of cross-laminated timber means that timber buildings are sprouting up across the world. Ramboll’s experts have contributed to Stora Enso’s new concept for constructing office buildings from wood.
The EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) is funding a newly established project collaboration that seeks to reduce the weight and cost of jacket foundations for offshore wind turbines using an ingenious high strength steel tubular joint design.