Ramboll Management Consulting’s Executive Team is getting a new member in Hans Lindeman (46), who has been recruited from the global technology company, Hitachi.
The Nordic countries might hold the clues to solving the threats and challenges of the 21st Century, states a new book from a research initiative at SAIS Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC, USA.
How can climate adaptation be the backbone of a city’s development? When cities develop smart cities initiatives – are they actually smart for the citizens? These and many more questions were discussed at this year’s annual conference Copenhagen Climate Solutions. Ramboll contributed throughout the day.
Climate adaptation comes with a cost, but the cost of doing nothing is far greater. And the projects can be carried out in a way so they create value.
Innovative monopile design and an award winning installation vessel pave the way for significant reductions in cost and installation time for offshore wind farms with increasingly larger foundations and heavier turbines at deeper water depths.
On Monday 3 October Ramboll Head Office in Copenhagen celebrates architecture with an event focusing on benefits from sharing and combining architecture and engineering.
German-Danish corridors only have a fair position in EU Regional Competitiveness Index. But they should - and can - be in the top league, says Jens-Peter Saul.
Ramboll has been selected to provide technical assistance services for phase 3 of a large project improving water, sanitation and hygiene in Ethiopia.
Colleges and cities across North America are looking to convert their steam systems to hot water district energy. Ramboll has won important contracts in Cambridge and at MIT. In a few months the Danish company will open a new office in Boston, dedicated to energy services.
The 350 GWh of renewable energy to be generated at the Raskiftet onshore wind farm 200 km north of Oslo will further contribute to the greening of Munich. BBB Umwelttechnik GmbH (BBB), which is now part of Danish engineering consultancy Ramboll, has been commissioned as the Owner’s Engineer.
A Ramboll Energy employee has won the prestigious WindEurope energy research prize for research on how to reduce uncertainty in the decision about lifetime extension of wind turbines.