Inspiring global solutions: Ramboll delivered solid growth and made some highly strategic acquisitions in 2014 as we continued to deliver on our company strategy. Explore the results in our Annual Report and learn how we create sustainable solutions on a global scale for the benefit of people and nature.
Luca Cargnino has won the international talent award fib Achievement Award for Young Engineers, while Kåre Flindt Jørgensen was honoured with a "special mentioning". They were awarded for their stellar contributions on the Queensferry Crossing Bridge in Scotland and the Bella Sky Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The innovative Finnish AiRRport concept offers a solution for seamlessly connecting rail and air networks. This addresses the intensifying global competition where accessibility is a critical factor. Modelled around the Finnish city of Tampere, the concept could prove valuable internationally as well.
Home to Estonia's largest national park, Kuusalu Parish puts a premium on sustainability. To ensure sustainable development, Ramboll will devise a comprehensive plan and conduct a strategic environmental assessment in the parish.
DONG Energy has awarded Ramboll the design of a reactive compensation substation for the Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm development. The scope of work comprises the conceptual development, detailed design and technical assistance during tendering, fabrication and installation.
The engineering, management and design consultancy increased revenue by 8% in 2014 measured in local currencies. Globally, more than 2,000 new colleagues joined the company, after the acquisition of the US-based consultancy ENVIRON announced at the end of 2014. Ramboll now has more than 12,300 employees worldwide.
Drawing upon a wide array of skills, Ramboll has been contracted with designing a new container port of 60,000 square metres in Nuuk, Greenland. The port will be built by the Danish contractor Per Aarsleff A/S.
To protect subsea pipelines in the Arctic region, it is essential that the pipelines avoid collisions with icebergs. Two innovative Ramboll engineers have developed an idea, initially rewarded in the Ramboll Oil & Gas innovation competition, and devised a concept for deep burial of pipelines using a "cheese wire" process design.
Maersk Oil UK has awarded Ramboll Oil & Gas the detailed design for the two jackets for a central processing facility platform and a separate utilities and living quarter platform for the Culzean field offshore Aberdeen.
These years Abu Dhabi and other emirates undertake many impressive initiatives within sustainability. Ramboll supports the sustainable development through strategic participation in conferences such as the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week as well as sustainability-oriented urban development projects.
Despite weak current prices on oil and mining output, Arctic experts agree that multilateral solutions and leadership are crucial to developing the region. This was one of the key conclusions at the Arctic Frontiers conference held in Tromsø, Norway.