Aarhus Letbane has Ramboll as lead consultant for the designing and planning of the second phase of Aarhus Letbane. The project is expected to cost 2.3 billion DKK.
A unanimous jury committee has selected K.B. Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark as winner of the prestigious European Steel Award 2019 for steel professionals. The award is given for creative and exceptional use of steel in the rebuilding of this iconic building.
Gothenburg will become the first city in Sweden to implement strategic action plans for cloudburst management in the urban environment. Ramboll has together with the city developed a method to handle major flooding in a sustainable way which includes implementation of new blue-green infrastructure.
Ramboll will work with the Ethiopian authorities to develop a strategic infrastructure plan with a focus on sustainable development in the town of Addis Ababa.
Ramboll is assisting the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA) and the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) developing the Sustainable Islands Initiative (SII) – an innovative solid waste management project that can potentially impact the lives of millions of Indonesian people living on islands.
Ramboll has supported utility company Taarnby Forsyning (TF) in establishing one of the smartest and most advanced district heating and cooling systems in the world. The project demonstrates how smart cities are built on smart solutions that promote the synergy between energy and the environment while benefitting the local community.
Sustainability features increases the value of a property according to 64% of the 400 Nordic and UK based architects, developers, contractors and investors who participated in the 6th edition of the Sustainable Building Market Study.
Brad Kubiak, PE has been recognized as the outstanding civil engineer of the year by the ASCE for his lifetime accomplishments and achievements that are making a difference in the field.
By bringing nature back to an intense urban environment, the Lakeside Garden in Singapore offers a unique recreational experience and is a perfect example of sustainable visions brought to life.
A new research project carried out by Ramboll, GEUS, DTU and SINTEF studies the feasibility of using CO2 capture at Danish biomass-fired combined heat and power plants.
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.