Ramboll will help build faster and cheaper roads in Norway.
We are already doing a climate adaptation study for New York. Now, Ramboll has been qualified by San Francisco for our expertise in preventing problems following cloudbursts and sea level rise.
The international engineering, design and management consultancy, Ramboll, delivered solid financial results in the first half of 2016 with a considerable improvement in profit.
The ground work to support the tunnel under the Fehmarn Belt is now in full swing.
Positioning itself for the expanding onshore wind market, Ramboll has acquired BBB Umwelttechnik GmbH and CUBE Engineering GmbH. With BBB and CUBE’s 85 employees, Ramboll will have close to 350 experts providing consultancy services on wind energy globally.
A holistic climate adaptation project in Germany is among the world’s 10 finest pieces of landscape architecture.
Colleges across North America are looking to convert their steam systems to hot water district energy. Advantages include an optimised and flexible system, energy savings, a higher degree of efficiency and better possibilities of integrating renewable energy combined with a reduced risk of leakages.
For two Danish mayors, a visit to the Bishan Ang Mo-Kio Park in Singapore this morning served as a testament to how good governance and long-term planning can improve liveability in cities.
A large park in Copenhagen will be transformed into a series of rainwater catchment basins and lead the excess rainwater on the surface through the streets to a city centre lake. On its way, the water will be purified biologically.
How can cities reduce carbon footprints? How do we protect our coasts and urban areas from more extreme weather? And how do we support a transition to green energy? Ramboll's experts will answer these questions and more when debating topics such as waste water treatment, water resource management, smart cities and urban liveability.
Produced in Europe, but raised on a mountain top in Chile. The world’s most advanced telescope will be a logistic challenge, to put it mildly.