Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl and other leading Singaporean landscape architecture firms are calling on local and international landscape architects to act in response to climate change and biodiversity loss.
The recent implementation of the Law on The Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution from Solid Waste focuses on improving long-term mechanisms for the prevention and control of environmental pollution from solid waste and protects the ecological environment. Read more about the revised law in the November issue of China Update.
Godrej Two, known as The Trees, is the first mixed-use development project that marks the gateway to Vikhroli. Ramboll was appointed as the structural consultant for the development’s second commercial building.
Ramboll was appointed as the MEP consultant for the Palava Phase I - Casa Bella (Extension) project, which is part of Palava – a smart city by Lodha Group, spread across 4,500 acres.
Ramboll is enjoying being in the limelight this week at the 2020 MEP Middle East Awards in Dubai.
Avertas Energy is Australia’s first large-scale energy from waste facility under construction in Kwinana, south of Perth. Once operational in 2021, the facility will recover resources and energy from municipal and commercial waste and has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 200,000 tonnes per annum.
Our experts are presenting several sessions at the Australasian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA) EcoForum 2020 eConference from 16 to 18 September 2020.
We are pleased to announce that Ramboll has been shortlisted for 2020 MEP Middle East Awards.
Ramboll’s Engineer, Salimsab R Nadaf has recently been accredited by the Indian Green Buildings Council (IGBC) as an IGBC professional.
The Ramboll Group achieved a solid half-year result in 2020. Ramboll demonstrated a gross revenue of DKK 7.014 million, on the same level as first half of 2019.
The new Penang South Islands (PSI) will be located at the south-end of Penang island. It consists of three islands, measuring a total of 4,500 acres in total land size with mixed-use districts for 15,000 to 18,000 residents. In addition, residents will be provided with approximately 4.6km of public beaches, 600 acres of parks and a 25km waterfront.