Ramboll is showcasing our high-rise expertise at a Tall Buildings conference in Sydney this week.
Steve Roy, Principal with Ramboll’s Liveable Cities Lab, presents on the benefits of green infrastructure at the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, November 8–9.
Ramboll wins the German Design Award 2018 in the category ‘Urban Space and Infrastructure’ for the transformation of the Offenbach Harbour.
A new study by Ramboll suggests that the insurance industry can play a central role in building resilience against extreme weather events in Europe.
Dalston Works, the world’s largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) building, showcases the innovative use of sustainable materials.
Opened on time and under budget, the bridge forms part of a major project that improves journey times and reliability for millions of people in the region.
Ramboll is helping the German Federal Environment Agency develop a circular economy approach for end-of-life onshore wind turbines.
Making the light warmer or cooler, depending on the time of day. This is just one example of new smart technology that Ramboll is helping clients to apply - ensuring a more efficient working environment.
The planned level of resiliency towards storm surge and sea level rise will only have limited effect on reducing flood-risk in Washington DC. Ramboll has hence been engaged to assess and illustrate the value of increasing the level.
Ramboll discussed insights and turnkey focus areas that contribute to healthy cities with other central players in urban planning in New York.
A recent visit to Copenhagen to hear about Ramboll’s combination of technical consultancy and socio-economic analyses proved to be inspirational for a delegation of French mayors and urban planners.