A new 21.8 km bridge to connect Mumbai and Navi stimulating economic growth in India.
The overall Mumbai Coastal Road project covers the construction of a 29.2-km long freeway that will run along Mumbai's western coastline connecting Marine Lines in the south to Kandivali in the north.
The main contractor on the construction of the new Storstrøm bridge SBJV, has selected ramboll to assist with the delivery of Denmark's third largest bridge.
The bridge is being built over vastly wide Brahmaputra River, a key connection between Dhubri on north bank and Phulbari on south bank in the state of Assam / Meghalaya on NH-127b (length: 20km). The end Employer is National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corp. Ltd and funded by JICA.
The floating bridge concept for crossing the Bjornafjorden in Norway is the result of state-of-the-art engineering solving a previous impossible challenge. The more than 5,5 km floating bridge is believed to cost 1,7 billion EUR including VAT (2017).
The Bogibeel rail/road bridge is currently under construction across the river Brahmaputra in Dibrugarh district, in the state of Assam in northeast of India. The just above 5km bridge is one of the longest river bridges in the country.
The Harike Bypass is part of the National Highway Development Project in the state of Punjab that will enable faster connectivity between Amritsar and Bathinda, reducing travel time by two hours.
The New Champlain Bridge corridor is one of the largest infrastructure projects in North America and is of crucial importance for the regional economy and for Canada as a whole.
The North South Line Cross Harbour Tunnel is a 1.7 km immersed tunnel crossing the Victoria harbour in Hong Kong. Ramboll undertakes the role to be the Independent Geotechnical Expert Advice (the ‘expert Reviewer’) for the Immersed tunnel.
Ramboll, as part of the Groupement Origine Orléans team (GOO), including partners Stantec and EXP, have carried out the conceptual and preliminary design of the new iconic bridge that will connect Île d'Orléans to the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.
The Kruunuvuori Bridge will be Finland's longest and tallest bridge. The steel-concrete composite cable stay bridge is designed with longevity in mind and is expected to last 200 years. Ramboll's multinational design team is delivering the construction design.
In the spring of 2005, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration began working on plans to replace a 6.4km long section of the E18 motorway between Bommestad and Sky in Norway. The motorway was constructed in 1970 and was no longer able to meet the requirements of the ever increasing road traffic. The plans involved constructing a four-lane motorway along the E18 past Larvik.
The Queensferry Crossing sits within a beautiful bridge-scape representing three centuries of bridge innovation. It is the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge.
The Guldborgsund Tunnel is an Immersed Tunnel connecting the islands of Lolland and Falster in southern Denmark.
As part of an ambitious plan to develop a railway based public transport in Doha, Qatar Railways Rail appointed a Joint Venture comprising PORR, the Saudi Binladin Group and HBK Contracting for the design and construction of Green Line Underground.
Ramboll was engaged as the main consultant on the stretch of the new E18 motorway between Grimstad and Kristiansand. The new motorway will significantly improve the Norwegian infrastructure and will improve living conditions for local communities living along the existing road.
It is a new six-lane cable-stayed tolled bridge across the Mersey Estuary between Runcorn and Widnes. The central feature of the significant highway improvements between the M56 and Speke Road.
The Øresund Link connects the Danish capital Copenhagen with the city of Malmö in southern Sweden by a four lane motorway and a two track electrified railway for high speed (200 km/h) passenger services as well as freight trains.
The Fehmarnsund Tunnel is a 1.7km long immersed tunnel connecting the German mainland to the island of Fehmarn.
In the future Scandinavia and the rest of Europe will be connected by the world's longest road and rail tunnel.