Ramboll has acquired the US-based global consultancy, ENVIRON, adding more than 1,500 environmental and health science specialists in 21 countries. The acquisition places Ramboll in the global elite within environmental services and represents a major step for the leading Nordic consultancy in becoming truly global.
Ramboll Middle East offered competition submissions to the MEP Middle East Awards 2014.
The second issue of Response addresses how global society can approach resource scarcity by bringing smart, efficient and sustainable solutions to the table.
Ramboll Middle East was one of 280 exhibitors from 28 countries at the 2014 Cityscape Global, the world’s largest networking exhibition and conference on property development held over three days from 21 to 23 September 2014 in Dubai.
Ramboll performed in line with expectations in the first six months of 2014. The company continued to grow its revenue and added 1,000 new colleagues globally. Ramboll now has more than 11,000 employees.
The biannual 2014 World Cities Summit (WCS) was held in Singapore this year from June1-4 where junior employee Jessica Voorn had the pleasure of participating, representing Ramboll with two other juniors across the company as part of its Young Talent's initiative.
The Annual Report and the Corporate Responsibility Report were published and changes to the Board of Directors were announced at the Ramboll Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.
Shaping liveable cities: The Annual Report 2013 is now available on our website. Explore our financial results and be inspired by how we focus on creating sustainable societies and liveable cities.
Ramboll continued to grow in 2013 in a tough market due to strong performance in most business units. More than 400 new colleagues joined Ramboll in 2013 and the company now has more than 10,000 employees globally.
The development of the Kuvykin field in the Russian sector of the North Caspian Sea is taking form. Ramboll will contribute with pre-FEED studies for a drilling complex and topside living quarters designed for operation in arctic conditions.