Ramboll has joined the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) - an organisation that works towards developing new wind markets globally. Through the network, we can help apply experiences from mature wind markets to new emerging offshore markets, and thereby contribute to further the development of sustainable energy sources globally.
Today marks the end of a successful first construction phase of the new wharf at Rothera, the largest British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research centre as the Antarctic winter sets in.
Gitte Gylling Olesen, 35 years old, from Ramboll has been recognised as Europe’s most talented young advisor by EFCA (European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations). She has been awarded the prize for her role as a project manager on the construction of Middelfart City Hall, which was recently certified with the highest DGNB Platin & Diamond certification for sustainability in Denmark.
Ramboll’s Aviation team is part of a consortium that will transform Helsinki Airport. The project will ensure that the airport can keep up with passenger growth and will be finished by 2022.
On April 27 in honor of Earth Day, Ramboll volunteers from the Los Angeles and Irvine offices participated in the 30th Great Los Angeles River Cleanup, the largest urban river cleanup event in the US.
Ramboll's SPARK Innovation Competition creates innovative solutions to real-time challenges facing industry today.
In today’s marketplace, many organizations realize that good data is the key to good decision making. As a society, we are looking to technology to help us gather, store, and analyze more and more data to help make those decisions.
Ramboll continues its US expansion and investment with key strategic hire.
A baseline and digital dashboard developed by Ramboll helps Denmark measure – and reach – the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The first results indicate there is still some way to go.
Helsinki is one of Europe’s digitalisation hubs, and the deal signed today provides Ramboll with a stronger presence both in Finland and internationally. It also further strengthens the company’s position as a leading sustainable mobility consultant for municipalities and transport authorities.
The Ramboll Village, the new headquarters for Ramboll Finland, is a state-of-the-art smart building with distributed energy systems that make the built environment more sustainable.
In early April, Ramboll client Groundwork Richmond installed the first of about 100 hyperlocal air quality monitors to be installed throughout California’s City of Richmond and neighboring San Pablo. Ramboll’s air quality experts, through our innovative SHAIR program, will help Groundwork interpret the data generated by these monitors to inform actionable air quality improvement plans.