The Mersey Gateway – a new bridge across the river Mersey in North-West England - is one of Ramboll UK’s most significant projects. Recently it won the Ground Engineering and Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Awards.
Ramboll analysts have considered whether engine failure, anchors or other hazards can threaten an upcoming and very innovative Submerged Floating Tunnel (SFT) across the Sognefjord in western Norway.
Ramboll has delivered a ground-breaking report on the nature and economic impact of London’s ageing electricity infrastructure to the capital’s Mayor, Boris Johnson.
A recent study by Ramboll proves that Helsinki region has a great potential in becoming the leading cleantech reference area in the future. Among other benefits, this would help in creating business development platforms and international show cases for growth-oriented cleantech companies of varying size.
From 1 – 4 June 2014, Singapore hosted the largest gathering of global leaders and industry experts, across urban, water and environment sectors. See key points from Ramboll Group CEO’s speech on liveability here.
Today, political leaders and public officials from Europe’s most sustainable cities will visit Ramboll. They are gathering to discuss topics such as how effective coordination of political objectives can create a great city to live in.
How do we develop infrastructure in the Arctic region? Can logistical hubs create a significant opportunity for supporting sustainable economic development? Ramboll Group CEO discussed the Arctic development potential at a high-profile round table discussion in Montreal.
On Thursday 19 June, a new giant and ultra-advanced telescope came one step closer to materialisation when part of the 3000-metre peak of Cerro Amazonas was removed to prepare the summit for the building activities.
A joint venture between Ramboll Oil & Gas and Semco Maritime has been rewarded an EPC contract for the provision of onshore and offshore services at Hess Denmark’s platforms in the Danish North Sea.
Copenhagen is the first three time winner of the "Quality of Life Survey 2014" carried out by the international magazine Monocle. But why did the Danish capital win? And what makes a city great living in? Read on and find out.
Maersk Oil UK has awarded Ramboll Oil & Gas the detailed design for the Culzean wellhead jacket. The project, which was won in tight international competition, marks Ramboll’s first major involvement in the Culzean field, and it also marks the largest substructure design by Ramboll for the North Sea.