Today is the UN World Water Day and Ramboll marks the day by inspiring top executives from the US Water sector at the White House Water Summit.
Easy access to clean drinking water doesn't come by itself anywhere in the world – neither in the Nordic countries. In Skellefteå, Sweden, emergence of a microscopic parasite in the drinking water precipitated implementation of a new clean water infrastructure.
Twenty years of extensive efforts and hard work are now paying off as the Baltic Pipe project becomes a priority on the agenda of Polish and Danish authorities with Ramboll being the lead partner for the feasibility study.
Congestion, pollution and climate change problems can be reduced if you think smart. This is a key message from Ramboll at one of Europe’s biggest real estate exhibitions this week.
Kari Onniselkä, M.Sc. (Economics), (48), has been appointed as Managing Director of Ramboll Finland Oy as of June 3, 2016. Mr. Onniselkä will join Ramboll from Comptel, where he has headed global services and been a member of the Group Executive Board since 2011.
The engineering, design and consultancy company increased revenue by 28% in 2015, however, performance was challenged by tough market conditions. With the acquisition of ENVIRON, the Group has significantly strengthened its position in the environment market and Ramboll has been growing organically in most of its key markets, especially in the Nordic countries. Globally, 2,265 additional colleagues joined Ramboll, which now has more than 13,000 employees in 35 countries.
Since Ramboll acquired the US-based global consultancy ENVIRON, projects have been generated all over the world due to the synergies between the two.
North America, the Middle East and South East Asia want Danish energy expertise.
The current challenges in the oil and gas industry demand lower costs for future field developments, and Ramboll has just presented examples on this subject at a major conference in Amsterdam.
Timber structures result in shorter construction programmes, lighter buildings, and smaller foundations. On top of this, they reduce carbon emissions significantly.
Technology is not enough to minimise cloudburst problems. It must also be implemented in holistic master plans and with foreseeability for the private partners, said Market Director Mette Søs Lassesen at The Globe leadership conference in Vancouver.