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.
Ramboll has acquired Vertix Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd. (Vertix), a transport consultancy specialised in master planning, ITS solutions, and pedestrian modelling and simulation. Vertix has over the last eight years worked on more than 500 projects in Singapore and South East Asia such as the Singapore to Malaysia HSR and RTS links, Tuas Port development and Mandai Resorts.
Ramboll was named runner up for Roads & Highways Project of the Year 2018 for our Eastern Peripheral Expressway project.
At the prestigious award ceremony held in Jaipur last night, Ramboll received the Best Impactful Thought Leader Award in recognition of our innovative smart city solutions.
Ramboll delivered strong organic growth in the first half of 2018 and has positive expectations for the full year due to a historically large order book.
Marking an important milestone, the construction of the first ever Hindu temple in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was announced on Thursday with Ramboll appointed by the lead consultant and designer, RSP Architects, to provide multi-disciplinary services for this iconic project.
The Indian telecom industry has experienced huge transformational changes in the past decade and is fast emerging as one of the key driving forces behind the country’s socio-economic development.
The recently announced adjustments to the Imported Waste Management Catalogue focus on strengthening solid waste and garbage classification and disposition and setting strict prohibitions on the entry of “foreign garbage” in China. Read more about the regulation and other recent guidance in the July issue of China Update.