How do we establish an agile innovative culture? And how do we nurture creativity in large corporations? These were some of the challenges considered at a recent innovation seminar held at Ramboll in Copenhagen.
City of Cambridge releases results of Ramboll’s Low Carbon Energy Supply Strategy study. Cambridge is among the first U.S. cities to move to tactical implementation of carbon neutrality as part of its Net Zero Action Plan.
Ramboll’s collaboration with MHI Vestas has produced the industry’s first encapsulated foundation load software tool.
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of specialist UK rail signalling business, DEG Signal Ltd. Welcoming DEG to our business will enable us to offer broader and deeper rail signalling expertise to Ramboll’s and DEG’s clients and shows our commitment to playing a major role in the development of modern rail systems both in the UK and overseas.
The transport of goods and passengers around the world is expensive – and plays a major role in the global economy. Ports and port infrastructure, the backbone of this transport, are a complex nexus between the built and natural environments. Our experts, who specialize in the synergy between these environments, join a global conversation on how to make the waterborne transport industry both economically and environmentally sound.
How do you mobilise and drive innovation in a large company? Global thinkers at a recent Ramboll-organised event provided some good advice.
Ramboll is assisting Cape Town in its efforts to normalize the water supply situation by identifying high-yielding groundwater areas and suggesting a roadmap for including groundwater on private land in the city’s water supply.
According to WICE, women represent 9% of engineering professionals in the UK, 18% in Spain, 26% in Sweden and 20% in Italy. The European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards has the ambition to make these industries more enticing to women, to create role models for women considering a career in these sectors, and to encourage companies to employ and train more women. Ramboll is delighted to have four finalists chosen for the awards.
Ramboll is taking over MMG, an engineering consultancy that specialises in designing hospital logistics systems and the use of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) in hospitals.
The City of Copenhagen has granted the funds needed to implement ‘The Soul of Norrebro’, a project that averts flooding while creating a series of new, green urban spaces in the heart of this popular neighborhood.
Behavioural-based safety (BBS) programmes have been disputed since their emergence in the late 20th century. While some favour the focus BBS programmes place on employee engagement, others reject their disciplinary or fault-finding nature. To help bridge the gap between theory and practice in behavioural safety, Ramboll is discussing the impact of safety culture on risk assessment at the Behavioral Safety & Culture: Barriers & Success Stories Conference in Berlin, Germany, on April 18-20, 2018.
We have co-authored 11 platform and poster presentations on innovative technologies and approaches for characterization, monitoring and management of chlorinated and complex sites.