Ramboll has received no less than four honours at the ACE’s Constructing Excellence Awards and the Ground Engineering awards in the UK.
The City of Miami Beach has formulated an ambitious strategy to address and reduce flood-risks in the future. The strategy was recently assessed by a team of experts from Urban Land Institute including Christian Nyerup Nielsen, Director and climate adaptation expert in Ramboll.
Cattle are potentially affecting the waterways of the North American grasslands, a new study suggests, and their behaviour may be causing a deviation in sediment concentration.
What a week! On Wednesday we celebrated the NCE100 awards recognising the UK’s top civil engineering firms, and on Thursday we continued the celebrations at the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) awards, highlighting the achievements of women working in construction and engineering.
Ramboll recently participated in an industry round-table in Edinburgh with representatives form the Danish and Scottish governments, including Lars Christian Lilleholt, the Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate.
Ramboll in Sweden has acquired the consulting and education company RSM&CO, developing its offering within environment and sustainability advising.
How do we establish an agile innovative culture? And how do we nurture creativity in large corporations? These were some of the challenges considered at a recent innovation seminar held at Ramboll in Copenhagen.
City of Cambridge releases results of Ramboll’s Low Carbon Energy Supply Strategy study. Cambridge is among the first U.S. cities to move to tactical implementation of carbon neutrality as part of its Net Zero Action Plan.
Ramboll’s collaboration with MHI Vestas has produced the industry’s first encapsulated foundation load software tool.
How do you mobilise and drive innovation in a large company? Global thinkers at a recent Ramboll-organised event provided some good advice.
Ramboll is assisting Cape Town in its efforts to normalize the water supply situation by identifying high-yielding groundwater areas and suggesting a roadmap for including groundwater on private land in the city’s water supply.