Ulrik Støttrup-Andersen, Technical Director, Towers and Telecom, has been appointed Honorary Member of the IASS (International Association for Shells and Spatial Structures).
Ramboll was part of a business delegation, consisting of approximately 50 Danish companies and business organisations, that participated in the trade promotional campaign “Denmark and France – together for a better life and sustainable future” in Paris at the beginning of October.
Ramboll aspires to help cities deliver sustainable solutions for the benefit of people and society at large. That’s why Ramboll is an active partner at the C40 Worlds Mayors Summit 2019 in Copenhagen, where the world’s megacities meet to address climate change together.
Ramboll has been selected for two major development projects in the Romanian water sector. One of the projects is the largest of its kind in Europe at the moment.
Ramboll is assisting the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism in Laos stimulate growth and improve tourism along the Greater Mekong Subregion corridors by implementing resilient infrastructure.
The Icefjord Centre in Ilulissat, located in the UNESCO-protected area on the west coast of Greenland, is an all-encompassing meeting place for locals and global tourists. Because of the Arctic climate conditions, the construction process is considered a complex undertaking.
Ramboll is participating in this year’s ExpoReal international trade fair for property and investment from 7-9th October 2019.
”The city of the future must be driven by people’s needs for sustainable and liveable cities. This is the heart of the smart city blue print. We must build, test, and scale with people”
Buildings and the construction sector are responsible for nearly 40% of annual global carbon emissions – that’s a well-known fact. But that almost one third of those emissions are embodied in the materials used in the construction of buildings is less known. Ramboll has co-authored a new report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) on reducing embodied carbon in buildings.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a developing technological field with potential for industrial innovation in the circular economy of carbon. In close collaboration with several partners, Ramboll Management Consulting analysed CCU technologies with a focus on the utilisation of CO2 to replace fossil carbon in industrial production processes.
Michael Tans, Principal at Ramboll’s Liege-Maastricht office in Belgium has been appointed as Affiliate Professor of Environmental Management at the University of Liege for the 2019-20 academic year.
Frode Mo brings years of international rail and leadership experience with him when he starts in September. His focus will be to expand the global reach of the Rail Systems division, building on Ramboll’s extensive experience with digital transformation of railways.