Sustainability is an integral part of the way we work and the projects that we deliver. Below are just a few examples from across our markets that demonstrate how technical expertise is combined with innovative-thinking to create solutions that are economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.

Also see the related pages below to read more about the tools, processes and certifications that we use to achieve our client’s sustainability ambitions, as well as how our services contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Smart Cycling

How can cities reduce congestion, noise and CO2-emissions and improve air quality and liveability? Our expert has the answer here.

Life-cycle Engineering

How can you improve health and well-being while also reducing CO2-emissions, waste and cost over the entire lifecycle of a building? See our specialist’s answer here.

Resilient Flood-risk Management

How can you ensure that your city's investments in flood management and resiliency provide the necessary safety level and at the same time contribute to the city's livability?

Denmark’s most sustainable town hall

Although the number of sustainable buildings is on the rise, and the industry prefers to deliver sustainable buildings, so far client demand has been limited. See what it takes – and learn how sustainability measures significantly impact the result for the users of the building – and the price. Hint: If you thought sustainable equals expensive, you might be in for a surprise.

Building resilience – Danish coasts and climate change

Although the number of sustainable buildings is on the rise, and the industry prefers to deliver sustainable buildings, so far client demand has been limited. See what it takes – and learn how sustainability measures significantly impact the result for the users of the building – and the price. Hint: If you thought sustainable equals expensive, you might be in for a surprise.

When water creates community spirit

Denmark’s largest current climate adaption project, the "Blue-Green Garden City" in the town of Kokkedal, north of Copenhagen, has improved local residents' everyday life; environmentally, socially and culturally. Learn more about how, and hear from a local citizen how water has strengthened the community spirit.