Smart Cities are currently a hot topic. Digital technologies offer new, groundbreaking opportunities to ensure public well-being, preserve the environment and boost growth in the business sector. But how can we facilitate Smart City projects that achieve this huge potential?
The onshore wind experts in the German companies BBB and CUBE have been part of Ramboll since August 2016 – in January 2018 they will change names to Ramboll. Now, 350 wind energy experts provide a full range of services globally.
Hilde Tonne will assume the position as Chief Innovation Officer in the Ramboll Group as of 1 January 2018. As a new member of the Group Executive Board she will head the digital transformation of the leading international consultancy.
In order to make the Copenhagen metro more resilient to extreme weather Ramboll is to assess its current level of protection and develop new climate adaptation initiatives.
Closer collaboration between Korea and Europe will help promote better sustainable urban development.
A new organization aims to attract and stimulate innovation, creativity and knowledge sharing in Greater Copenhagen.
The iconic Tate Modern extension in London helps attract record visitor numbers to the gallery.
Susanne Bjerre Mortensen, formerly of Accenture, is an experienced manager and HR professional who aims to bring HR even closer to the business at Ramboll.
Ramboll is developing a new, dynamic process model to predict membrane fouling at Finland’s largest MBR based water & wastewater treatment facility.
Today, the government released its Industrial Strategy White Paper in a bid to boost productivity and the economy and prepare the ground for a post-Brexit future. Managing Principal Matt Davies, gives his thoughts on how the strategy will affect the environmental sector.
How does an industry become circular? An ISWA (International Solid Waste Association) project team has looked into the case of the jeans industry to identify what it takes to go circular.