We have expertise across the entire water cycle from surface water, groundwater and potable water to wastewater and recycled water, to dry-weather runoff and stormwater, and find innovative solutions to how these systems can work together toward integrated, sustainable water management – an approach often referred to as “one water".
We have wide-ranging experience with a variety of project types, including design-build program management, annual services/term and basic ordering agreement (BOA) contracts, construction management, and EPC (engineering, procurement and construction), and offer cutting-edge operations and maintenance (O&M) wastewater treatment services. Ramboll may be engaged for all or selected project phases (i.e., pre-phase, planning, design, construction/implementation, decommissioning, regulatory support services and permitting).
Our team includes consultants, planners, engineers, scientists, inspectors, constructors and operators as well as an in-house modeling team and laboratory staff specializing in treatability studies.
A leader in innovation
Ramboll is at the forefront of evolving methods and tools, and we have formulated a clear water innovation agenda. Our portfolio of digital products includes a sophisticated and well-proven technology for groundwater-related geophysical modeling and analysis, a patented process control monitoring system (PCM™), and an AI-powered platform for rapid filaments testing (Opseyes™); and for industrial water systems, a cost-effective sustainable alternative to the traditional control devices for the removal of volatile organic compound emissions from wastewater (VOC BioTreat™), a software-based collaboration platform building the best-case design for climate-first design (GreenScenario) and a digital Global Goals Scoreboard for in-depth sustainability project assessment.
Strong regional presence in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions
Ramboll water has a strong physical presence in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, including several focused expertise hubs: a laboratory dedicated to industrial wastewater management and treatment in Tennessee, a facility for advanced drinking water treatment technologies (including SIXTM technology) in Florida and a niche hub for geophysical groundwater modeling and analysis in California.
Combining local insight with global knowledge
Our local water team is part of a global group of more than 1,000 water consultants and specialists. In collaboration with our more than 16,000 colleagues from all over the world, we combine local experience with a global knowledgebase to create sustainable cities and societies and combine insights with the power to drive positive change to our clients, in the form of ideas that can be realized and implemented. We call it: Bright ideas. Sustainable change.