The new Helsinki Central Library is one of the most demanding construction engineering projects Finland has seen. The building will be an eco-efficient masterpiece of structures made of steel and glass.
Every year, Ramboll sets a Graduate Design Project to provide new graduates the opportunity to undertake a design project with a broader design context. Working in cross-discipline teams, the graduates are mentored by senior Ramboll colleagues and external guests through a process of research, ideation, development and articulation. The design outcomes are presented at the end of the three-week period.
The Annual Report and the Corporate Responsibility Report were published and changes to the Board of Directors were announced at the Ramboll Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.
Shaping liveable cities: The Annual Report 2013 is now available on our website. Explore our financial results and be inspired by how we focus on creating sustainable societies and liveable cities.
In ten years, Greenland will lack 80m Euro in financing their welfare. However, a recent Ramboll report concludes that the gap can be closed with concrete initiatives especially within the fishery, mining, and tourism industry.
Ramboll continued to grow in 2013 in a tough market due to strong performance in most business units. More than 400 new colleagues joined Ramboll in 2013 and the company now has more than 10,000 employees globally.
The 2014 EcoBuild exhibition at London's Excel centre opened recently and a unique egg-shaped plywood pavilion designed for OnGreening’s stand at the event is showcasing the work of Ramboll Computational Design (RCD).
Supply security and drinking water quality is high in Denmark. Expert and International Water Director, Søren Hvilshøj, explains how digital tools help to ensure the groundwater quality.
Ramboll has acquired the Danish architectural practice GBL. With the acquisition Ramboll strengthens its position within sustainable urban planning and landscape in Denmark.
Ramboll has just received the international construction award ‘FIB Award’ for the company’s technical consulting and construction concept for the Danish hotel Bella Sky Comwell Hotel. With this award, the iconic hotel joins the Spreckelsen triumphal arch, 'La Grande Arche' in Paris and the ‘Turning Torso’ in Malmo, which have previously won of the award.
The challenges that face Stockholm with its rising population are growing. The city is in dire need of more housing and commercial real estate, increased infrastructure development, and new public transport solutions.
The development of the Kuvykin field in the Russian sector of the North Caspian Sea is taking form. Ramboll will contribute with pre-FEED studies for a drilling complex and topside living quarters designed for operation in arctic conditions.