The Raptor technology measures the bearing capacity of roads at traffic speed so that traffic disruptions can be avoided. This allows for quick mapping of the entire road network’s ability to carry heavy traffic.
Ramboll has been contracted by CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd. (CLP Power) as the owner’s technical engineer and advisor for the pre-development phase of their Hong Kong Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Sai Kung, Hong Kong.
As of August 1st, Ramboll also delivers management consulting services to the US market. Blythe Chorn has joined Ramboll to lead the expansion.
Ramboll is gaining momentum on the Asian offshore wind market. The Danish engineering company has secured five new contracts for offshore wind farms located in Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea, and opens new office in Tokyo to secure a more permanent footprint in the region and serve its clients better.
As part of the ASEAN Australia Smart Cities Trust Fund (AASCTF) programme in South-East Asia, a cross disciplinary Ramboll team is designing a flood early warning system (FEWS) in the Philippine city of Baguio which incorporates gender transformative approaches and principles.
Janusz Czajkowski joins the offshore wind team to strengthen Ramboll’s leading global position and facilitate local growth in the Polish offshore wind market.
Hannes Reuter has been appointed as Managing Director for Ramboll’s global Energy division, which covers more than 1,600 employees across 15 countries.
A DKK 19 Million innovation project on Digital Twins and Big Data technology for Asset Integrity Management will support the further development of structural health monitoring and data-driven decision-making, enabling it to detect damage caused by for example extreme events. The knowledge acquired during the project can be applied to all types of structures.
The two offshore wind farms Aflandshage and Nordre Flint are part of Denmark’s green transition and Copenhagen’s ambition to become the world’s first CO2-neutral capital by 2025. In total, the two wind farms will result in a CO2 reduction of 75,000 tonnes and cover the power consumption of more than 400,000 households. Ramboll has been selected as the Owner’s Technical Engineer and turbine foundation consultant.
Ramboll is a partner in an international consortium, which wants to make Bornholm a green bunker hub in the Baltic where ships can refuel with sustainable fuels in the future.
Ramboll has been selected by the global infrastructure company QGMI to do the conceptual and preliminary designs for the renovation of a highly neglected, yet important drainage area in Accra, Ghana.