Ports and marine
Ports faciliate more than 80% of global trade, but are increasingly vulnerable to climate change, supply change disruptions and degrading environments. These complex challenges require sophisticated solutions that foster growth in balance with nature
Commercial Success in demanding environments
World ports and marines need to be commercially successful, create positive synergies amongst local stakeholders, and manage their impact on the environment responsibly.
Ramboll’s ports and marine experts work at the forefront of the maritime sector on a broad range of projects in some of the world’s most demanding environments. We are sensitive to the commercial pressure our clients face, and we create safe and innovative solutions that mitigate risk while meeting budget constraints.
We have completed major projects in more than 35 countries, including across the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Sustainability underpins everything we do
We provide expertise in maintaining a healthy marine environment including shoreline management, coastal defence, marine ecology and flood protection. Our understanding of complex port and marine requirements enables us to deliver projects of varying sizes and complexities anywhere in the world.
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Engineering and design
Creating a more sustainable future through engineering and design excellence for our clients.
Environmental and Nature-Based Services
Our multidisciplinary platform of environmental services helps clients address environmental impacts of some of the toughest global problems: urbanisation, climate change, water management, and resource scarcity.
Operations and Asset Management
Creating value for asset owners and operators by maximising performance, extending lifetime, and lowering operational costs.
What we offer
Ramboll provides feasibility studies and expert consultancy for port masterplanning. Our expertise spans technical investigations, traffic analyses, financial analyses, environmental impact analyses and more.
Shoreline management and new developments of coastal zones
The environment and climate are changing. We help ports adapt to the new challenges brought on by rising sea levels, more extreme weather and other impacts.
Energy islands in 2030: Tackling Bornholm’s CO2 scarcity in relation to Power-to-X
The Danish Government recently approved the establishment of two energy islands by 2030 in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The conversion of the future massive amounts of electricity into other energy carriers through Power-to-X (P2X) technologies will play a key role in efficiently integrating the energy islands into the Danish energy system. But CO2 scarcity in relation to P2X is a challenge that has caught the attention of the Danish energy industry.
Feb 15, 2021