Ramboll solutions to help increase mobility in cities are high on the agenda at the leading smart cities conference Nordic Edge being held this week.
“Collaboration with companies like Ramboll is vital in making our cities more resilient,” said a leading city official from Washington DC, during a Ramboll hosted event at Climate Week NYC 2017.
A recent visit to Copenhagen proved to be inspirational for a delegation of city planners from India. "The basic challenges brought on by urbanisation are similar all over the world," said one member.
Air pollution and other challenges of urbanization need an all-round approach if they are to be tackled correctly. That was one of the key takeaways at the high-level conference ‘Advancing the SDG’s through Urban Action' at Climate Week NYC 2017 in New York.
Ramboll is participating in Climate Week NYC 2017, an annual event in New York that gathers some of the world’s most influential leaders and experts from business, government and society to demonstrate how they are contributing with solutions to some of the largest global challenges.
Ramboll water experts will be present at WEFTEC, the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world. Visit us at booth 6745.
1000 global talents shared ideas at the world’s first-ever SDG talent festival. At the closing event in Aarhus, Ramboll awarded best prototype idea and had a winning hand in what could be the Google of demolition.
At the Eurosteel 2017 conference, Ramboll will present a more efficient solution to reducing vibration of masts, towers and chimneys that is easier to install and minimises maintenance costs.
The project is a major waterfront community comprising a mix of residential, hospitality, commercial and retail space spread across 18 hectares.
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.
The Queensferry Crossing, a £1.35bn project by the Scottish Government opened to traffic in the early hours of today, six years after construction began.