Frontrunners within sustainability services
Ramboll are pioneers when it comes to sustainable building development, and we base our consulting on solid experience and regional insight. Ramboll regional hubs connect into local networks and organisations in order to provide expert local nuance to our projects. Ramboll are active members of several Green Building Councils across the globe and play our part in shaping policy in their spheres of influence.
Our extensive experience in multiple rating systems (LEED, WELL, DGNB, Estidama, GSAS, BREEAM, HQE, Green Star etc.) makes us experts in tailoring credits for the regional context, avoiding the pervasive ‘tick-box’ exercise and instead delivering truly sustainable buildings. Additionally, we use our experience across the systems to build bespoke sustainability strategies for the projects that want a more sensitive response. In Ramboll we aspire to go beyond the brief and play our part in developing a wholesome built environment now and for future generations.
Ramboll Liveable Buildings Concept
In some cases buildings are constructed to be environmentally sustainable, but fail to create spaces in which humans can thrive. At Ramboll we believe “liveability” to be the answer to this issue. Liveability describes the conditions required for a good life for all inhabitants in cities, regions and societies, regarding both their physical as well as mental health. Buildings that are both environmentally friendly and great to live in for the end users positively affect the life cycle cost. Our liveable buildings focus on physical, social and cultural dimensions in context to the local conditions. Through the liveable building concept we enable a design process that takes all relevant aspects into account to ensure a building in which people feel well in, stimulate people, adapt to the local and cultural environment and have a positive contribution to the planet.
A liveable building will interact with its site and urban surroundings. Ramboll utilizes its large internal network of cross-discipline specialists to ensure that each project ties into the cityscape appropriately through context specific infrastructure, societal and cultural consideration.