Meet Ramboll at our booth and learn about our Indian Wells Valley Brackish Groundwater Study and the Stanford Groundwater Architecture Program.
The new plant in Western Australia has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions by 200,000 tonnes per year.
Ramboll, together with Taylor Woodrow and Arup and one other Delivery Integration Partner, has secured a contract on the Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership framework to design and build major infrastructure projects in the South West over the next six years.
Ramboll has assisted The Metropolitan Copenhagen Heating Transmission Company (CTR) in replacing the main valves of Copenhagen’s district heating transmission system.
Ramboll helped restore the St Vrain River in Colorado and reestablish its wildlife habitat.
How do we create tall building solutions that will stay viable and relevant over their life cycle?
Principal Joe Rodricks lends his expertise to a crowd of more than 400 at the annual meeting of the Korean Nutrition Society.
Inspired by circular economy thinking, the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) engaged Ramboll in Australia to apply these concepts to the planning, delivery and operation of major infrastructure projects.
A growing list of high-profile offshore wind projects in the US is just one strength Ramboll’s experts highlighted at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Conference in Washington, DC, 16-18 October.
How can we make public transport safer and the countryside more accessible? One answer may be self-driving bus shelters, where passengers are protected against the weather inside lighted buses while being driven to the nearest bus stop.
Ramboll unveils a new digital impact assessment tool. The tool is designed to help private sector companies gain a first overview of how they impact UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and where to unfold the potential.