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.
Dedicated employees in Ramboll’s global water division use their competence to help marginalized people get safe water access in their free time. Meet Johanna and Ole from Ramboll Water.
Today is the international UN World Water Day. In partnership with Water for All and Engineers without borders, we mark the day by inviting our stakeholders to chip in with good ideas for innovative solutions that can help the world reach the UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 of ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all by 2030.
The project ‘SchieferErlebnis’ in Southern Germany is nominated by the German Chamber of Landscape Architects (BDLA) for the German Landscape Architecture Award 2019.
The Ramboll Group has acquired the French climate change consultancy TEC Conseil. With the acquisition, Ramboll now has more than 100 experts in France and 15,000 globally.
Ramboll will be present at the InterFLOOD Asia 2019 exhibition & conference to discuss technical, engineering and financial solutions needed to mitigate and manage flood-risk in the Asian region.
Ramboll advises on the largest infrastructure project conducted in Sweden in a generation with the potential to transform society - as the rail lines did when they were built in the 1800s.
Two municipalities in Norway, Vågan in the North and Sirdal in the South, have just been awarded for providing the best drinking water in the country. Water expert Sigrun Marie Dahl from Ramboll was part of the award committee.
A major milestone has been reached on the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) new Antarctic Wharf project at Rothera Research Station. Following two months of deconstructing the old wharf, the first frame of the new 74-metre long wharf has been lowered into place.
Ramboll’s role in developing New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Strategic Plan as well as its deep knowledge of floating wind energy will be the buzz at this year’s International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) 8–10 April in New York City.
On behalf of the European Commission, Ramboll has conducted a study on the socio-economic assessment of policies aiming to improve the quality of freshwater and the marine environment. The final reports are now published and ready for download.