The coastal settlement and local infrastructure is threatened by coastal flooding as a result of sea level rise and coastal storm surges.
Ramboll has identified and assessed risks and challenges facing Denmark’s coastal region from sea level rise, to provide climate adaptation solutions.
Ramboll has designed an artificial reef in Hvide Sande which will both improve the conditions for surfing and serve as coastal protection.
Gothenburg has launched an ambitious project to map the flood risk in and around the city. Ramboll assisted with the advanced setup of hydraulic models.
The Alotau provincial wharf (Ports and Marine), built in 1968, is located in a readily accessible location in Sanderson Bay at the northern head of Milne Bay. Ramboll Ports and Marine was part of a consortium that won an assignment financed by Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Private developer, Frabelle Group, planned the establishment of a large land reclamation project (420 ha) in Manila Bay (Bacoor Bay) for a new urban development.
Ramboll undertookafeasibility study and a master plan for a new multi-purpose portin Bangladesh. TheSitakundaPort Terminalis essential to a specific economic zone being established at Mirasarai,north of Chittagong.