Ramboll will investigate the feasibility of e-fuel production in Greenland. The starting point would be hydro power in combination with CO2 emissions captured at the new waste-to-energy plant in Nuuk. The initial CO2 reduction potential is equivalent to at least 10% of the emission from the capital.
The possibilities of living without a car in rural areas in Sweden are small for most people. However, if we can increase rural accessibility while simultaneously reducing car dependence, sustainability and attractiveness will increase, and people without cars are given more opportunities. A collaboration between Ramboll Sweden, RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden), The Swedish Transport Administration and the municipalities of Skellefteå, Eskilstuna, Gotland and Lund will investigate the possibilities of supplementing public transport with self-driving vehicles.
Global market intelligence organisation Environment Analyst has ranked Ramboll seventh in its list of the top 23 environmental firms around the globe. On a regional level, Ramboll was ranked second in Western Europe, and second in both the climate change and energy service area, and the financial and professional services client sector.
In Cambodia, Ramboll is introducing trenchless technology in order to replace a 3.7 km length of failed/collapsed main trunk interceptor sewer. Construction works started in April last year, followed by a successful workshop to the Cambodian Ministry of Public Works and Transport, other relevant ministries, the contractor, as well as the French Development Agency and Asian Development Bank.
Starting in Kirkeness in the north of Norway and ending more than 3000 km south in Trelleborg, Sweden, the E6 motorway is the gateway to southern Europe for sun craving Scandinavians in the summer. The 25 km new motorway expansion that a consortium led by FCC CONSTRUCCIÓN S.A is to deliver will cost 2,6 bn NOK and include two tunnels and multiple bridges and is expected to be finalised in 2023.
Antony Gibson joins the growing Ramboll Water team, operating from the Netherlands. He brings more than 20 years of experience in implementing new water treatment technologies with municipal and industrial clients globally and has extensive experience in ion exchange.
Winning the German Sustainability Award, the Jury has distinguished the overall concept of the project ‘Alnatura World’, its Architecture as well as its Rainwater-management, embedded in the open space planning. Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl has been the lead designer of the open space planning and rainwater-management.
Ramboll has been re-appointed as Technical Advisors for British Antarctic Survey (BAS), successfully winning the next phase of work in a series of projects to improve and modernise Antarctic research stations and infrastructure. The contract is valued at between £40-50 million and secures our involvement for a further 10 years.
Ramboll has joined forces with Web Structures a leading building design and engineering consultancy that has pioneered integrated design in South East Asia. With the acquisition, Ramboll strengthens its position in South East Asia, adding 120 experts to Ramboll’s 4,500 building designers from the 1 January 2020.