Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the only carbon-neutral airport in the US, has selected a team of our experts to take its sustainability journey to the next level.
Ramboll expert Dr.-ing Denis Matha was awarded the IEC 1906 Award. With this award, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) honours outstanding technical experts whose work is of fundamental importance.
Crossing the Makurungwe River in Rwanda can be a dangerous undertaking. But something members of the Gashyushya community must do to get to the market, school or hospital. The river frequently floods for days at a time, causing injuries and death for people who attempt to cross. Five Ramboll engineers are going to change that.
Today, Ramboll Management Consulting is celebrating the Global Goals at the Frederiksberg SDG Festival in Copenhagen. The key activity is a topical case competition with 54 bright students working on local ideas for the global goals.
The Swedish utility company Vattenfall has awarded Ramboll a framework agreement focused on developing the District Heating (DH) sector in the UK. Vattenfall has a solid presence in the UK market in terms of electricity generation, particularly in onshore and offshore wind, and has recently expanded its focus area towards strengthening the DH sector in the country.
Land Transport Authority (LTA), the statutory board of Government of Singapore responsible for planning and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems, was looking for innovative and efficient solutions to collect traffic data nationwide. Ramboll’s global Smart Mobility division won the major traffic survey project valued more than 2.5 million Singapore dollars (1.7 million euros) from Land Transport Authority (LTA).
The Ramboll team at this year’s WEFTEC is looking forward to meeting with clients and partners during our four presentations and at our booth, no. 3956. We also hope to see a lot of representatives from industrial companies at the Industrial Reception that we are sponsoring Monday evening.
Ramboll demonstrated considerable growth in revenue in the first half of 2019 and now employs more than 15,500 employees globally. The integration of newly acquired US engineering and design consultancy OBG is progressing well.
Having a strong energy strategy and planning team that can address the energy sector in a holistic way, while also having in-depth technical knowledge of each of the elements of the energy system is essential to be a change partner to our clients, supporting them in the green transition.
Syvab has selected Ramboll as main consultant for a new wastewater treatment plant with MBR to meet increasing wastewater volumes and stricter demands for nutrient reduction in treated water released to the Baltic Sea, an investment exceeding a Billion SEK. Ramboll is also contributing to a pre-study together with Syvab on future treatment methods to reduce the discharge of micro pollutants such as pharmaceutical residuals and microplastics.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport in Cambodia has under Asian Development Bank financing, engaged Ramboll to assist Provincial authorities in Cambodia on challenges related to urban development and climate resilience.
This summer, eight young international professionals within climate adaptation and urban planning developed a strategy for reducing urban heat during future summer seasons in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg. The strategy includes innovative features such as ‘cool benches’ and ‘cool roofs’ and an extension of outdoor comfort temperatures in shoulder seasons.