Even though 95% of companies see sustainability as the key to their future success, many of them struggle with implementing a more sustainable business model. The survey reveals the challenges and a Ramboll expert explains how a strategic approach and measurement tools can help.
Form an early landscape design in sand and convert it to a 3D model – or make your digital model tangible by ‘printing’ it in the sandbox. Providing both opportunities, SandWorm gives landscape architects and climate adaptation professionals a new technology for community involvement and early stage design and ideation.
A measurement campaign executed by Ramboll and Aalborg University on a 48m telecom lattice tower owned by Rail Net Denmark (Banedanmark) aims at developing techniques to monitor the structural health of telecom towers & masts and optimise their design with True Digital Twins.
The main contractor on the construction of the new Storstrøm Bridge, SBJV, has selected Ramboll to assist with the delivery of Denmark's third largest bridge.
Led by Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl in Beijing, Ramboll has been selected to do the landscape and eco water design of a visionary project: The Tencent Innovation City in China.
Known as the Gold Bridge and the size of a football field; the bridge connecting Södermalm with Gamla Stan in Stockholm is constructed by Ramboll’s bridge experts. Slussenbron, the official name of the bridge, is designed on behalf of Skanska as part of the Stockholm City Project, ‘Stockholm is Growing.’
Ramboll delivered solid results in 2019 and progressed the strategic development of the company further. The financial figures were published in March, and now our Annual Report is ready with the full story about our achievements.
The Ramboll Foundation – majority owner of Ramboll Group – establishes the Flemming Bligaard Award of 65,000 Euros to support early career researchers working with sustainable solutions.
City Life phase II (CL2) offers the unique opportunity to both be respectful of the current condition while at the same time creating something bold and new. Two buildings tied together with a catenary shaped light canopy roof, create a gateway of shared space.
In a new report for the European Environment Agency, Ramboll and partners investigate how circular economy approaches can lower carbon footprints in several sectors. A deep dive in the buildings sector points to potentially 60% reduction in emissions by 2050 compared to a baseline scenario.
Mitigating risks and protecting people are top priorities when working on projects across the energy sector. Join Annette M J Mortensen, Specialist, Chief Consultant at Ramboll´s Power Generation department in a webinar focusing on the specific theme of ATEX, Dust Layer Hazards & Dust Hazard Analysis.