In support of breast cancer awareness, Ramboll ran a ‘cancer awareness’ campaign across all its offices in the Middle East and Asia region during October and November. Employees across these offices actively participated in various initiatives to create awareness around the disease.
Ramboll was named Structural Engineering Company of the Year at the 2018 Middle East Consultant Awards held last night at the Ritz Carlton in Dubai.
In response to the devastation caused by cyclone Gaja, Ramboll in India and its employees donated INR 351,901 to Makkal Padhai, an NGO providing relief support to affected communities in Tamil Nadu.
Benjamin Beer, Head of Façade will speak at the Big 5 Design Talks at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) on Wednesday, 28 November 2018.
How collaborating with universities can be beneficial to both academia and industry
Ramboll was presented the Highly Commended Award for The Pixels, Makers District in the MEP Electrical Project of the Year category.
Our Telecom experts represented Ramboll at TowerXchange Meetup in Johannesburg. Meetup is an open community for thought leaders in the global tower industry.
At an award ceremony in Delhi, India, Ramboll was recognised as number 16 of the 225 international design firms in the Engineering News Record (ENR) list for Top International Design Firms.
Last week Ramboll’s Environment and Health (E&H) team sponsored and participated in the inaugural Global CleanUp Congress held in Coimbatore, India.
One of the biggest challenges to any business is how to establish a collaborative environment, especially when one team is an ocean away. We found that at the heart of collaboration is true teamwork, and this was evident when seven of our engineers from Ramboll’s Mumbai office spent two months in Dubai working on large multi-disciplinary projects.
Ramboll in India has donated internet-enabled computer laboratories to four schools in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu
Effective January 1, 2019, the Implementation Rules for Management Regulations for Monitored Chemicals will replace the Implementation Rules for Monitored Chemicals issued in 1997. Read more about the major revisions and other recent guidance in the October issue of China Update.