Ramboll is part of a team working on a state-of-the-art technology to make concrete more sustainable by using wastewater sludge as a key ingredient. Learn about the method and how the project is progressing in a webinar on October 2nd.
Ramboll will deliver a new design concept that adopts the 3D printing technology to construct wind turbine towers to GE Renewable Energy, one of the largest companies in the onshore wind market worldwide.
A consortium led by Ramboll has entered a framework agreement with the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) on the provision of specialist technical expertise on heating and cooling supply legislation, planning and modelling to DEA’s partner countries.
Aiming to become a world-class bicycle province, the Province of Utrecht needed a tool to predict cycling flows. At a conference in Vancouver, Herbert Tiemens, senior policy advisor for cycling innovation and bicycles for the Province of Utrecht, came across Ramboll’s BRUTUS simulation model. The agent-based model delivers detailed predictions of transport modelling, including cycling, and so the Province of Utrecht found it suitable for their project.
The Ramboll Group achieved a solid half-year result in 2020. Ramboll demonstrated a gross revenue of DKK 7.014 million, on the same level as first half of 2019.
Ramboll has been selected by Norwegian-based company Quantafuel to perform a FEED study for a new plastic-to-liquid plant on a currently undisclosed site in Denmark. The plant will be the second of its kind in Denmark and it will produce environmentally friendly chemical components from plastic waste.
The new Penang South Islands (PSI) will be located at the south-end of Penang island. It consists of three islands, measuring a total of 4,500 acres in total land size with mixed-use districts for 15,000 to 18,000 residents. In addition, residents will be provided with approximately 4.6km of public beaches, 600 acres of parks and a 25km waterfront.
Ramboll today announces the launch of its new AI-powered rapid microscopy testing technology opseyes. Requiring only a smartphone, opseyes’ patent-pending technology allows wastewater treatment plants to instantly check plant conditions and get expert recommendations to remedy potential concerns.
According to Engineering News-Record’s newly released annual listing, Ramboll now ranks in the top 10 of International Design Firms.
Ramboll has been selected to help implement a ‘Bus Rapid Transit system’ in Nairobi by the EU Delegation in Kenya and the Nairobi Metropolitan Transport Authority (NaMATA). The project actively supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 1, 8, 11 and 13.
Ramboll ranked 23rd in Engineering News Record’s (ENR) 2020 listing of the world’s top 200 environmental firms
The impact of extreme temperatures on health and wellbeing is quickly taking center stage on policy agendas in many cities. Ramboll has helped C40 Cities design a Heat Resilient Cities benefits tool, aiming to help city planners and decision-makers quantify the health, economic and environmental benefits of common urban heat adaptation actions.