Ramboll recently signed a Master Service Agreement (MSA) with Statoil to deliver multidisciplinary insights to the industry giant. The scope of work covers oil and gas, renewables / wind, power generation and transmission, civil engineering and environmental services.
The European Commission is driving one of the world’s largest deep sea mining projects. And Germany is investigating the economic benefits. Deep sea mining is getting one step closer to the commercial phase.
For the next four years, Ramboll will support DONG E&P with engineering services for upstream oil and gas activities as a result of a new framework agreement that has been recently signed between the two entities. The new award is of great importance, supporting Ramboll’s ambition to continue as a full-service engineering consultant for DONG Energy.
Ramboll is to carry out a visionary urban planning and climate adaptation project in Nørrebro in Copenhagen. The winning team and project have just been announced and awarded in the competition, ‘Nordic Built Cities Challenges’ in Helsinki.
More citizens in urban areas do not automatically equate to poorer air and water quality. It is possible to decouple pollution from growth, by promoting better collaboration in city administrations.
Trine Stausgaard Munk from Ramboll’s Global Practice for Water has just received the 'Initiative Prize' from Danva (Danish Water and Wastewater Association). Trine is awarded for her initiative to found the Danish affiliate of Young Water Professionals.
On Friday the 3rd of June 2016, Jens Rosenville came in third in the prestigious EFCA competition (European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Association).
Around 800 engineers drive Ramboll’s growth in India. The company expands its operations in the country with a target to reach INR 2,500 million (EUR 33 million) in revenues by 2018.
Norwegian Ruth Gunlaug Haug, Division Director at Ramboll, has been elected vice president for the world’s largest tunnel organisation.
With a holistic management system, Ramboll created ‘soft’ city spaces and streetscapes while retaining and cleansing stormwater before releasing it into the river and harbour.
Society’s need for innovation that optimises resources and makes life easier is stronger than ever. The 5th issue of Response magazine focuses on the rethinking of structures – not only the physical ones in buildings and infrastructure, but also the less visible designs that organise our societies.