Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the only carbon-neutral airport in the US, has selected a team of our experts to take its sustainability journey to the next level.
Neil Webb helped identify geothermal energy as a viable addition to NYCEDC’s sustainable energy vision to promote green infrastructure, improve quality of life and further climate resilience for Hunts Point, Bronx, NY.
We highlighted a diverse range of water topics at the Chesapeake Tri-Association Conference held in August in Ocean City, Maryland.
The Ramboll team at this year’s WEFTEC is looking forward to meeting with clients and partners during our four presentations and at our booth, no. 1453. We also hope to see a lot of representatives from industrial companies at the Industrial Reception that we are sponsoring Monday evening.
Ramboll demonstrated considerable growth in revenue in the first half of 2019 and now employs more than 15,500 employees globally. The integration of newly acquired US engineering and design consultancy OBG is progressing well.
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has selected Ramboll Principal Andy Edwards to receive a lifetime achievement award for devoting his nearly 50-year career to the field of industrial water and wastewater engineering design and operations support.
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.
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.
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.