Markku Moilanen has been appointed member of the Group Executive Board in Ramboll with responsibility for the company’s four Nordic business units. He comes from a position as Managing Director of Ramboll Finland.
The international engineering, design and management consultancy Ramboll Group demonstrated considerable growth in revenue in the first half of 2015 and now employs more than 12,800 employees globally.
Ramboll appointed Independent Engineer for the new Champlain Bridge Corridor Project in Montreal, Canada - one of the largest infrastructure projects in North America.
On Friday 21 August, Statoil’s Polarled gas pipeline crossed 66 degrees and 33 minutes north of the equator becoming the first subsea pipeline to take the Norwegian gas infrastructure across the Arctic Circle. Ramboll designed the pipeline which will open a new gas highway from the Norwegian Sea to Europe.
Ramboll will present at the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, which is being held in Portland, Oregon August 16th-20th.
A film of Singapore’s Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park project, which was undertaken by Atelier Dreiseitl, member of the Ramboll Group, has been announced as a winner in the 2015 StormTV competition by the US-based Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Ramboll has sold its subsidiary Ramboll Estonia AS to its management team in Estonia.
Uganda’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has awarded Ramboll a contract to conduct an early-phase study for the “Hoima–Kampala Refined Petroleum Products Pipeline” in Uganda, East Africa.
Ramboll has been appointed by the Finnish Ministry of Transport to investigate the commercial profitability of a new international Arctic centre of expertise to be established in the Gulf of Bothnia in Finland.
The 3rd issue of Response focuses on two important keywords of the 21st century: Mobility and connectivity.
Caspar Arevad from Ramboll’s CAD Systems Team was awarded 2nd place in the sixth annual Platinum Pipe Awards at Intergraph's HxGN Live user conference, which took place in Las Vegas in early June.
As part of the upgrade of public housing on Gadekaervej in Valby, Copenhagen, an enormous art work now adorns the building’s wall. The mural consists of a series of phrases that express the hopes and dreams of local residents.