In order to make the Copenhagen metro more resilient to extreme weather Ramboll is to assess its current level of protection and develop new climate adaptation initiatives.
As one of the poorest countries in the world Mali benefits from an ambitious water and sanitation programme implemented by Ramboll and others.
Jens-Peter Saul has been awarded ‘CEO of the year, Large Firm’ by the leading business association in the engineering sector, ACE (Association for Consultancy and Engineering).
The planned level of resiliency towards storm surge and sea level rise will only have limited effect on reducing flood-risk in Washington DC. Ramboll has hence been engaged to assess and illustrate the value of increasing the level.
The project is a major waterfront community comprising a mix of residential, hospitality, commercial and retail space spread across 18 hectares.
During the first half of the year Ramboll saw continued solid performance across business units. Several substantial project wins contribute to confidence in the future.
Fumi Kikuyama, Environmental Engineer in Ramboll US, shares her thoughts on how US metropolises could be inspired by their Nordic counterparts.
Californian authorities have engaged Ramboll to create an overview of ground water resources affected by drought in the state.
A group of talented, young urban planners, water engineers and landscape architects gathered in Copenhagen recently to exchange knowledge and combine professional expertise.
A collaboration agreement with Copenhagen and a recent study conducted by Ramboll are now included in the ‘OneNYC’ program as official elements in NYC’s efforts to meet its ambitious resiliency goals.
The visionary climate adaptation project in Copenhagen received an ‘Award of Excellence’ for its nature-based climate adaptation solutions that create new hydrological, biological and social ecosystems.