Ramboll and tegn_3 have signed the contract for the new government quarter in Oslo. The team delivered the winning application in the competition for best spatial and functional program.
Today, 250-300 high-level leaders and decision-makers discuss green growth at 3GF 2014 in Copenhagen. Group CEO Jens-Peter Saul joins a session on how to design urban development in ways that improve economic performance and quality of life while reducing energy use.
The second issue of Response addresses how global society can approach resource scarcity by bringing smart, efficient and sustainable solutions to the table.
What are the main obstacles and opportunities for urban development across municipal, regional and national borders?
The new subway line between Akalla and Barkarby station is one of Stockholm’s most important infrastructure projects. In a partnership with Tyréns and White architects, Ramboll has been chosen by Stockholm’s Country Council to conduct a large assignment in the project valued at SEK 250 million.
Today, Ramboll Group CEO Jens-Peter Saul is participating in the UN Private Sector Forum as part of the UN Climate Summit at the UN Headquarters in New York City.
After 16 successful years in L&T-Ramboll, a joint venture with L&T, Ramboll has decided to pursue an individual growth strategy to strengthen its presence in India.
Ramboll performed in line with expectations in the first six months of 2014. The company continued to grow its revenue and added 1,000 new colleagues globally. Ramboll now has more than 11,000 employees.
One of Europe's most efficient waste-to-energy facilities, dubbed the ‘Energy Tower’, was officially opened by HRH Crown Prince Frederik and Director Morten Bæk from the Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building on 2 September in the Danish city of Roskilde.
DONG Energy successfully installed the world’s first offshore wind turbine foundation based on the Suction Bucket Jacket (SBJ) technology. The installation took place at 25 meters water depth in the Borkum Riffgrund 1 offshore wind farm, 37 km off the German island Borkum.
Biofuel from forests can become competitive over the next decade, according to a new report from Ramboll and NMBU.