Esther Bosman has been appointed as the new Managing Director for Ramboll’s global Water division, helping drive the company’s growth within water and climate adaptation.
By 2030, Ramboll will reduce CO2 emissions from all new building projects globally by 50%, resulting in annual CO2 emissions reductions of 2.5 million tonnes.
The global architecture, engineering and consultancy company Ramboll delivered a record result in 2021 with the highest revenue and operating profit ever. With the record result Ramboll is in a strong position to deliver on its new four-year Group strategy ‘The Partner for Sustainable Change’.
Ramboll partners with 3D digital planning and design platform VU.CITY to help shape resilient and liveable cities around the world.
An expanded Environment & Health leadership team has been established to better reflect the diverse organization, geographic spread and consulting focus. Meet the team.
Ramboll launches new four-year strategy to underline its commitment to a sustainable future. The ambition is to drive sustainable change for both clients and society and become the global leader in the green energy transition.
Ramboll Environment & Health is a global company with 2,400 experts delivering sustainable solutions that are protective of human health and the environment. Meet Erin Tesch, our newly appointed Health Sciences Director in the Americas.
Ramboll has acquired the data center consultancy EYP Mission Critical Facilities (EYPMCF). With the strategic acquisition Ramboll will strengthen its position in the international premier league of data center consultancies and add fuel to its important mission of contributing to lowering the carbon footprint of the industry, which is a key component in our digitalized society.
This strategic alliance will enhance service offerings to clients by leveraging the skills, capabilities and resources of both companies.
Ramboll is leading construction management on the Living Breakwaters climate adaptation and resilience project – preparing the coastline along the South Shore of Staten Island, New York, for future climate changes by recreating oyster habitats with breakwaters.
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