In 2016, the Kigali Amendment was adopted in Rwanda, incorporating hydrofluorocarbons into the Montreal Protocol on Ozone Depletion Substances. The amendment took effect in China on September 15, 2021. Read more in the September issue of China Update
Currently in its 15th iteration, the 2021 MEP Middle East Awards highlight the excellence in MEP design and installation underpinning iconic projects contributing to the evolving and rapidly maturing construction landscape in the UAE. This year, the ceremony will be conducted in Dubai at the JW Mariott Marquis Hotel on 28 September.
Ramboll has been contracted by CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd. (CLP Power) as the owner’s technical engineer and advisor for the pre-development phase of their Hong Kong Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Sai Kung, Hong Kong.
Join Muhammed Arafath Ramboll's Technical Associate at IstructE (Regional Group) CPD talk series where he will present a technical talk on ‘Highrise Building Demolition’. The free webinar will be held on Tuesday, 27 July at 7:00 PM (GST).
In partnership with Silver Linings, Ramboll has provided support for establishing computer labs for the visually impaired in India, where they will receive training to enhance their education and employment opportunities.
As part of the International Women in Engineering Day celebration, Ramboll's Professional Women's Network (PWN) in Dubai hosted a webinar - Introducing a Girl to Engineering to a group of 20 female students.
Twenty-three of Ramboll’s female employees in India have successfully completed the Women Wizards Rule Tech Foundation (Tech4All) Program, a diversity and inclusion program run over a period five months from November 2020 to March 2021.
Ramboll is hosting a webinar - The rise of modular construction in the Middle East.
Ramboll has been recognised as one of the top-performing MEP Consultants in the Middle East.
Vidya Basarkod, Ramboll’s Country Director for India and REC Director, participated in a panel discussion at the recent CEO Lounge Insights (India) on ‘Empowering the Bottom of the Pyramid and the effects of the global pandemic’.
The Construction Week’s Power 100 is an annual ranking of the most influential people in the Middle East’s construction industry recognised for shaping both the industry and the regional landscape.