In an area with challenging conditions, Ramboll has won the contract to conduct a feasibility study for an extensive new port facility in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Ramboll is to merge its Oil & Gas and Energy divisions to accommodate the growing focus on sustainability and better support clients’ need for a full service, multidisciplinary offering.
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?
Ramboll is developing a new, dynamic process model to predict membrane fouling at Finland’s largest MBR based water & wastewater treatment facility.
A new study by Ramboll suggests that the insurance industry can play a central role in building resilience against extreme weather events in Europe. Public-private partnerships seem to be a key tool.
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.
A new study by Ramboll suggests that the insurance industry can play a central role in building resilience against extreme weather events in Europe.
Ramboll water experts will be present at WEFTEC, the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world. Visit us at booth 6745.
Ramboll is part of a team winning a design challenge for flood-risk management in Miami-Dade County, US. The winning proposal combines new technology removing pollutants from urban stormwater runoff with ‘Blue-Green Infrastructure’ for extreme stormwater management.
Ramboll continues to strengthen its Consulting practice. Sven Heinsen has been recruited from Dimension Data and is now the third top-recruit in less than a year.
Thanks to the acquisition of ENVIRON, Ramboll is one of the top 10 leading environmental consultancies globally. From next year, Ramboll Environ will begin using the Ramboll name.
With no surface installations and recoverable reserves estimated to 193 billion cubic metres, the Snøhvit field brings natural gas to land for liquefaction and export. Ramboll will be carrying a FEED study for the pipelines connecting the Askeladd field to the Snøhvit field in the Barents Sea.