On June 8-10, the 6th International Workshop on Magnetic Resonance was held by the Hydrogeophysics Group from Aarhus University, Denmark.
Ramboll has won the assignment of planning and design for a new road tunnel 'Nordhavnstunnelen' which will connect the tunnel on the Nordhavnsvej project (currently under construction) with Nordhavnen (the North Harbour in Copenhagen) and hereby improve the access for traffic in the area.
Yesterday, a delegation from Beijing consisting of one political leader (district mayor) and five leaders from different government agencies visited Ramboll's head office in Copenhagen.
Engineering students across the Nordics consider Ramboll to be the most attractive employer, according to the annual Universum Student Survey.
At yesterday's fib award show, the Ramboll trio of Luca Cargnino, Kåre Flindt Jørgensen and Mikael Bræstrup were recognised for their remarkable achievements using concrete as their material of choice.
33-year-old Anne Moloney from Ramboll has been named as Young Professional of the Year 2015 by EFCA (European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations). She receives the award for her role as Ramboll´s project manager for one of the largest bridge projects in the Northern Europe, the Queensferry Crossing project in Scotland.
Sludge and waste from ships constitute an increasing hazard to the Baltic Sea. Ports can alleviate this hazard by making facilities available and encouraging shippers to use them.
Tapio Aho and Max Levander have provided key expertise for landmark projects such as Helsinki Central Library and the new Children's Hospital in Helsinki. Now they have been recognised for their stellar efforts.
A bid submitted by Ramboll and the architect firm "To romturister" was selected as one of four winners in an urban planning and idea competition in Oslo, Norway. The purpose of the competition was to transform Hovinbyen – a key inner-city area in Oslo – into a frontrunner within urban planning.
Today, Chief Economist and team leader Majbritt Skov, enters the spotlight when the Danish business magazine, Berlingske Business Magasin, announces who they view as Denmark's most talented employees. This takes place in the annual Talent 100 issue that highlights one hundred particularly skilled employees under the age of 35.
The Danish Crown Prince added a bit of royal flair to the inauguration of the new, ultra-sustainable hotel and conference center Green Solution House, located at the Danish island of Bornholm.