Ramboll has been accredited by the Association of Project Management (APM) in recognition of project excellence.
Opportunities for new trade and business development in the Arctic region were high on the agenda at the recent Ramboll Arctic Roundtable conference.
Ramboll is performing a detailed ship collision analysis of a new five kilometer long floating bridge in Norway.
Ramboll is participating in a new EU funded research project that aims to make wind farms more cost and energy efficient.
As of 1 January 2017 Mannaz acquires the Danish consultancy and training course company Attractor, which is currently part of the global engineering company Rambøll Group.
The rail link to the largest port in the Nordics - Gothenburg, Sweden - needs more capacity for future goods transportation. Ramboll has been awarded a technically complicated part of the contract.
Hundreds had gathered to welcome the first train arriving on the new Holmestrand station, located deep inside a Norwegian mountain.
Together with US based RG Vanderweil Engineers, Ramboll will conduct a low carbon energy supply study for the city of Cambridge and strengthen the ties to the US market.
A new project, ’Water Smart Cities’, is developing software technologies to ensure better planning when cities in the future are hit by heavy rains and floods. Ramboll is involved in this project and contributes in particular with knowledge about decision support and valuation.
In order to raise awareness about the global needs for better sanitation, the UN has designated Saturday 21 November as the World Toilet Day. Ramboll fully supports this initiative and works on several sewage and sanitation, for instance in Ethiopia.
Recognised for their innovative approach to 3D project building at the AEC Excellence Award 2016 in Las Vegas, Ramboll and Sweco overcome tough terrain challenges.