With our Environment & Health managing director Tom Vetrano handing over the reins to Jesper Dalsgaard, Environment Analyst hears from the pair on managing the leadership transition, driving the business forward, and why the acquisition of O’Brien & Gere in the US is so important.
The project will be delivered in a corporation between Norconsult, Arkitema Architects and HENT contractors, Rambøll will carry out a preliminary project design for the new UNN Narvik Hospital (NUN).
Sustainability is an integral part of how we do business in Ramboll. In 2018, we reached an important milestone, as 55% of our revenue directly contributed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The key role of sustainability is also reflected in our annual reporting.
Market demand for tall towers has led to the development of a new tower concept enabling cost-effective tall onshore wind turbines and wind turbines on sites that would not otherwise have been feasible.
Launch of the Impact Assessment Spearhead inspires a strong E&H presence at the annual International Association of Impact Assessment conference.
Effective 1 April, Jesper Dalsgaard steps into the role of Managing Director of Ramboll’s €366 million Environment & Health business, which accounts for 30% of Ramboll’s business portfolio. Dalsgaard assumes leadership from Tom Vetrano, who has led the business through impressive growth for 15 years – the last four following Ramboll’s 2015 acquisition of ENVIRON.
Tidal energy is so far a largely unused natural resource with a high energy potential. Ramboll has entered a framework contract with Swedish Minesto to help roll out the technology.
What is important, when you want to get from A to B? Ramboll’s Analysis of Whim’s First Year Data is the First-Ever Research to Report on the Current State of Mobility as a Service.
Ramboll is being recognised for our great investments, impressive growth and a strong focus on sustainable solutions while being an active participant in the societies where we operate.
Wind energy is expanding in the Nordic countries, and particularly in Sweden where it is expected to double by 2022. Headed by Rickard Klinkert, Ramboll is ramping up to meet market demand.
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.