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Ramboll delivered a promising result for the first half of 2021 and expects strong growth and higher profit for the entire year underpinned by a strong second quarter and an increasing order book.
The Capital Region Denmark (Region Hovedstaden) has chosen Ramboll to be part of a strategic partnership that seeks to renovate the Region’s hospitals in the coming four years. Ramboll won the strategic partnership with MT Højgaard, Kemp & Lauritzen and Link Architecture in a collaboration called ‘SammenHoldet’ (TeamWork), where Ramboll will act as a consultant.
Kagsåparken, a public park and stream in the western part of Copenhagen, will soon undergo a big transformation and earn the title as one of the biggest, most complex climate adaptation projects in Denmark.
Senior expert Jan Vig Nielsen wins the Danish Bridge and Tunnel Award 2020 for his outstanding effort to achieve significant results within concrete statics and utilise the full potential of bridge structures.
South Africa’s water supply is largely dependent on surface water, increasing the risk of water supplies running dry following long periods of drought. Now Ramboll has been hired to help to ensure a sustainable water supply with inspiration from the Danish ground water mapping approach.
As Henning Larsen and Ramboll join forces, all architects and landscape architects are brought together under the Henning Larsen brand, which more than doubles the size of the brand at a global scale. Teaming up was a strategic decision to invest in sustainability.
The new baseline for the Nordic Council of Ministers Our Vision 2030 developed by Ramboll Management Consulting assesses where the Nordic Region is in terms of sustainable development. The baseline report brings both hope and some concern.
Patrick Gilly, who until March 2020 was the Managing Director of Total E&P Denmark and since then has had his own consultancy, will join Ramboll on 1 September in a position as director of one of Ramboll’s energy divisions.
Green hydrogen could speed-up sustainable growth in Germany and Denmark, keeping them at the forefront of the green transition. Political and business leaders from the two countries expressed support for a regional green hydrogen cluster.
The Raptor technology measures the bearing capacity of roads at traffic speed so that traffic disruptions can be avoided. This allows for quick mapping of the entire road network’s ability to carry heavy traffic.
Ramboll has been contracted by CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd. (CLP Power) as the owner’s technical engineer and advisor for the pre-development phase of their Hong Kong Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Sai Kung, Hong Kong.