Continued traffic growth and a central location in Norway makes the planned expansion of Tromsø airport a high priority.
The environmental community and an increasing number of governmental organisations accept that the observed and predicted impacts of climate change are far reaching and effective adaptation will require complex analysis. Yet very little attention has been given to climate-change impacts on long-term remediation measures for groundwater and soil contamination.
The area of Pasila in Helsinki is being transformed into a business and lifestyle hub.
As part of an international consortium, Ramboll is involved in the ROMEO research and development project. The project intends to advance the energy transition in Europe and reduce the costs of offshore wind energy.
How do we change people’s transport habits, to make a transition into a sustainable and smart system? This was debated by global innovation leaders at a recent Ramboll-organised event.
As part of Ramboll’s involvement with the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Health Leader Network, our liveable cities experts are participating in the ULI Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 8–11 October.
Ramboll have started developing an artificial intelligence algorithm that turns collected data into tools relevant for water & wastewater treatment plants.
With the purchase of transport consultancy Vertix in Singapore, Ramboll is committed to increasing smart mobility in South East Asia.
Trollhättan Energy is changing its source of drinking water from Göta Canal to Lake Vänern by establishing a new and future-proof water treatment plant. Ramboll is providing client consultancy and process expertise to this seven-year long project.
Integrated digital solutions are central to developing more liveable, sustainable and competitive cities.
At InnoTrans 2018, the leading fair for rail industry in Berlin, Ramboll showcased transport services and hosted successful events.