Leading Finnish expertise in ground stabilisation has been leveraged in a pioneering project to test a new method in Hanoi, Vietnam. The project will help increase the availability of land suitable for development in the growing city.
In relation to size, geographical diversity and global ambitions, Ramboll has been ranked eighth amongst the world’s environmental consultancies in a report published by Environment Analyst (EA), a leading international journal for the environmental services sector.
While negotiations continue between nations at COP21 in Paris, representatives from some of the world’s most climate-ambitious cities and companies have pledged an enhanced commitment to finding shared solutions.
Ramboll E&H in Denmark recently won a framework agreement with the Danish Environmental Protection Agency for assignments related to bio waste.
Do you have a favourite construction that means something special to you? And do you like capturing the world through a camera lens? Then you should participate in our Instagram calendar contest and get the chance to win exclusive merchandise from the exhibition Groundbreaking Constructions.
In an internal effort to raise money for the Syrian refugee crisis, Ramboll has raised and donated 134,000 Euros to the Red Cross International.
As world leaders gather at the COP21 summit in Paris, cities and companies act to prepare for more frequent cloudbursts, prolonged droughts, and other extreme weather events. The 4th issue of Response focuses on solutions to the climate challenge.
Ramboll gives presentation on river restoration and flood storage.
How can cities create sustainable solutions that ensure good living conditions for the citizens? Over 400 politicians, experts, NGOs and representatives of the EU institutions will discuss that question at the Eurocities Annual Conference in Copenhagen and Malmö 4-6 November 2015. Ramboll is main partner for the City of Copenhagen at the conference.
On 3 November experts from Ramboll gather with 30 leading Nordic city representatives for an executive workshop on integrated city planning and stakeholder mobilisation. The ambition of the session is to share perspectives and tools to help accelerate sustainable economy and quality of life throughout European cities.
Unmanned wellhead platforms have the potential to alter the cost level on the Norwegian continental shelf and render shelved projects profitable. In a current study for the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, Ramboll is looking at pros and cons of the concept.