After 16 successful years in L&T-Ramboll, a joint venture with L&T, Ramboll has decided to pursue an individual growth strategy to strengthen its presence in India.
Ramboll performed in line with expectations in the first six months of 2014. The company continued to grow its revenue and added 1,000 new colleagues globally. Ramboll now has more than 11,000 employees.
One of Europe's most efficient waste-to-energy facilities, dubbed the ‘Energy Tower’, was officially opened by HRH Crown Prince Frederik and Director Morten Bæk from the Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building on 2 September in the Danish city of Roskilde.
DONG Energy successfully installed the world’s first offshore wind turbine foundation based on the Suction Bucket Jacket (SBJ) technology. The installation took place at 25 meters water depth in the Borkum Riffgrund 1 offshore wind farm, 37 km off the German island Borkum.
Biofuel from forests can become competitive over the next decade, according to a new report from Ramboll and NMBU.
Ramboll has entered into an agreement with Copenhagen Business School (CBS) about being a corporate partner in their Sustainable Urbanisation Leadership Programme (SULP).
The Mersey Gateway – a new bridge across the river Mersey in North-West England - is one of Ramboll UK’s most significant projects. Recently it won the Ground Engineering and Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Awards.
Ramboll analysts have considered whether engine failure, anchors or other hazards can threaten an upcoming and very innovative Submerged Floating Tunnel (SFT) across the Sognefjord in western Norway.
From 1 – 4 June 2014, Singapore hosted the largest gathering of global leaders and industry experts, across urban, water and environment sectors. See key points from Ramboll Group CEO’s speech on liveability here.
Today, political leaders and public officials from Europe’s most sustainable cities will visit Ramboll. They are gathering to discuss topics such as how effective coordination of political objectives can create a great city to live in.
How do we develop infrastructure in the Arctic region? Can logistical hubs create a significant opportunity for supporting sustainable economic development? Ramboll Group CEO discussed the Arctic development potential at a high-profile round table discussion in Montreal.