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.
How to ignite the hydropower potential in Greenland? This question Ramboll has been asked to unfold through a pre-feasibility study by the Greenlandic Ministry of Industry, Labour and Trade.
The engineering, design and consultancy company increased revenue by 28% in 2015, however, performance was challenged by tough market conditions. With the acquisition of ENVIRON, the Group has significantly strengthened its position in the environment market and Ramboll has been growing organically in most of its key markets, especially in the Nordic countries. Globally, 2,265 additional colleagues joined Ramboll, which now has more than 13,000 employees in 35 countries.
International experts and local decision-makers discuss development opportunities for the Greenlandic capital of Nuuk at a seminar of experts in Katuaq.
What should a town in Greenland do when its inhabitants generate more waste than the incineration plant can possibly handle? In this case, it converts the remainder into soil potentially leading to lawns and turning the rough, rocky landscapes into green fertile land.
Drawing upon a wide array of skills, Ramboll has been contracted with designing a new container port of 60,000 square metres in Nuuk, Greenland. The port will be built by the Danish contractor Per Aarsleff A/S.
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.
At a recent roundtable meeting in Oulu, Finland, Arctic experts agreed that infrastructure development in the Arctic region hinges on cross-border political consensus rather than on technology.
How do we develop infrastructure in the Arctic region? Can logistical hubs create a significant opportunity for supporting sustainable economic development? Ramboll Group CEO discussed the Arctic development potential at a high-profile round table discussion in Montreal.
As of today, Henrik Fenger Jeppesen is appointed Managing Director for Ramboll Greenland and thereby responsible for Ramboll's two offices in the cities of Nuuk and Sisimiut. Henrik comes from a position as a Senior Project Manager in the organisation Asiaq Greenland Survey which is a subdivision of the Greenlandic Government, and he has solid experience within the local market context in Greenland.