Ramboll has been selected as expert reviewer and geotechnical consultant on the North South Line, part of the Hong Kong metro. The metro will help to make life easier for more than 1 million people every day.
Energy utility Vattenfall has entered an agreement with Ramboll as its preferred supplier of consultancy in wind power, hydro power, nuclear power and combined heat and power. The agreement covers a period of three years and relates to Vattenfall’s companies in the Nordics.
Ramboll has acquired the US-based global consultancy, ENVIRON, adding more than 1,500 environmental and health science specialists in 21 countries. The acquisition places Ramboll in the global elite within environmental services and represents a major step for the leading Nordic consultancy in becoming truly global.
On December 9, city leaders and inspirators joined forces in Copenhagen at the Realising Liveable Cities conference to debate sustainable urban development, and to find a common approach towards the COP21 climate summit in Paris next year.
New Danish survey by Universum shows that engineering professionals consider Ramboll one of the most attractive places to work.
At a recent roundtable meeting in Oulu, Finland, Arctic experts agreed that infrastructure development in the Arctic region hinges on cross-border political consensus rather than on technology.
Traditional building methods are not sufficient in the building of the new National Museum in Norway. Ramboll is taking a new approach by considering construction methods used in big on-shore projects in the oil industry.
This week from 18 – 20 November 2014, more than 9,000 delegates including city leaders, government decision-makers and private companies have come together to set the direction for continued sustainable urban development at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2014 in Barcelona.
Each year, member states receive financial support from the European Union in an attempt to bring down energy consumption. The EU Commission has picked Ramboll Management Consulting to perform an evaluation that will help promote energy-efficient policy-making in the buildings sector.
Ramboll Green Market Study (GMS) 2014 is the fourth study of its kind since 2008. GMS maps the real estate business trends and the development related to sustainability and green building in the Nordic countries.
Ramboll has designed the Nordic countries’ first housing project consisting of zero net energy buildings in Arendal.