Despite the Covid-19 crisis the Ramboll Group achieved a satisfactory operating profit and very strong cashflow in 2020. With the integration of Henning Larsen and the formation of a new offering in strategic sustainability consulting the global engineering, architecture and management consultancy company further strengthened its leading position in sustainability.
Benjamin Foley joins the offshore wind team to strengthen Ramboll’s leading global position and facilitate local growth on the US offshore wind market.
The proposed action will effectively regulate PFOA emissions from industrial sources and provide a potential roadmap for others states to follow.
Principal Peter Kalish discusses the evolving situation around sustainable industry and what companies can do to keep up with the transition.
The Danish Trade Council in North America has teamed with Ramboll for a webinar series focused on building opportunities for innovation and collaboration between companies in aquaculture.
Ramboll’s Dr. Zach Smith has published original research in Toxins on the physical and environmental factors causing HABs in Chautauqua Lake as well as approaches to management and reduction.
Ramboll has won two projects at the US Military Academy in West Point, New York. The aim is to help American Water upgrade water and wastewater systems.
Ramboll has been selected to help Onsite Engineering Services and the Bermuda Land Development Company to upgrade existing water and wastewater infrastructure on St. David’s Island and St. George’s Island.
Ramboll is proud to have developed this comprehensive roadmap for achieving 7,500 MW of offshore wind energy by 2035.
Principal Eric S. Wood, PHg, LSP, was recently selected to provide a briefing to a House Committee on Energy and Commerce on the potential implications should PFAS be designated as CERCLA Hazardous Substances
According to Engineering News-Record’s newly released annual listing, Ramboll now ranks in the top 10 of International Design Firms, as well as in the top 10 in the US region.
The American Fisheries Society names paper led by Ramboll’s Christopher Nack as the best paper published in 2019 in Marine and Coastal Fisheries. His research focuses on using modeling in the Hudson River to project water temperature and reproduction changes of some species of anadromous fishes.