Based in Ramboll’s Mumbai office, Sundar Chandramouli’s responsibility will include spearheading the future growth avenues for the Buildings market in India.
Ramboll Middle East was again in the spotlight when Brian Sweeney, Project Manager for Buildings took home the coveted title of “Project Manager of the Year” at the Construction Week Awards 2016 held in Dubai on 7 December 2016.
We are pleased to announce that Ramboll has been shortlisted for the 2016 Construction Week Awards in two categories, Project Manager of the Year and Tower Project of the Year.
Ramboll Middle East has been enjoying the limelight, as we were recognised by two prestigious award bodies in the Middle East.
The ACE Progress Network in the Middle East, chaired by Ramboll, held its fourth event in Dubai on 8 November at the Taj Hotel, Dubai.
A delegation of companies from Denmark visited the UAE from 30 October on a two day programme focused on the aviation sector in the country and the opportunities around the region.
Held in New Delhi, the conference also recognised a technical paper authored by Aditya Sharma and Prithwi Raj Kottanakal.
The Council for Tall Building and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Conference this year was held across three cities in China – Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong – from the 16th to 21st of October 2016. The CTBUH Conference is a very significant aspect of the business plan to raise Ramboll’s Buildings profile in the market.
Ramboll Middle East have been shortlisted for three categories at the MEP Middle East Awards 2016, which is celebrating its tenth year.
Ramboll Middle East’s Sophie Chisholm, Senior Sustainability Consultant, and Ragini Kalapatapu, Sustainability Consultant, are the first in Ramboll to have achieved the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential; signifying advanced knowledge and specialization in the WELL Building Standard.
Ramboll is proud to have worked on the region’s first immersive indoor entertainment park, Hub Zero officially opened to the public at the end of June 2016.