Water

Ramboll’s experts address global water and climate challenges by working across the water cycle from water resources and supply, processing and treatment, to sewerage and discharge. Working with Municipalities, utilities, and industrial clients we draw on multidisciplinary expertise to create innovative, sustainable and liveable solutions for our customers and society.

Water

Contacts

Hanne Christensen

Hanne Christensen

Managing Director, Water
T: +45 5161 8436

Ramboll delivers a wide range of water related counselling; from early phase strategic analyses and project scoping to designing and implementing infrastructure solutions.

Our customers include water and waste water utilities, governments, local and regional authorities, developers and construction companies as well as in-dustrial companies and international political and financial institutions such as the European Commission, the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank.

Ramboll Water has more than 600 consultants – mainly engineers, hydraulic specialists, water consultants and landscape architects, but also economists, legal advisors and management consultants – working with water projects on a global scale with more than 50 years’ of proven experience.

We always strive to take a holistic ap-proach and create innovative and creative solutions. As consultants, we take our point of departure in creating value for society and we treat water as an extremely important resource.

Find out more about our Water services at www.ramboll.com

More information

One of the biggest challenges

Climate changes and scarcity put pressure on water resources. To reverse this development requires collaboration across fields of expertise, behavioural changes and political reforms.


Water – one of the 21st century’s biggest challenges

Integrated water management

According to experts in this feature article, we need efficient, integrated water management if water is to become more universally accessible.


The world is thirsty for integrated water management

A model city for water management

From a fledging nation with limited land to collect and store rainwater, Singapore has come a long way in grappling with challenges like water shortages, pollution and widespread flooding in the 60s and 70s. Learn how in this case example.


Singapore - A model city for water management

High quality water supply

The Danish Water Sector leads the way in regard to supply security and drinking water quality. New requirements are introduced to ensure high quality management at all waterworks.


How to achieve high quality water supply

Our projects

Lynetten waste water treatment plant, outside Copenhagen, Denmark

Intelligent Waste Water Handling in Copenhagen

Ramboll develops a model for intelligent waste water handling, which enables cleansing of a larger amount of waste water as well as cost savings for the waste water sector.

St. Jørgens sø in Copenhagen

Cloudburst Concretisation Masterplan

On 2 July, 2011 large areas of the city of Copenhagen were flooded. Copenhagen is on the front line of climate change, experiencing increasingly heavy rain events, as they are also on the leading edge of urban innovation with a vision of transforming their city into a sustainable, C02 neutral city by 2025.

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Bishan Park is one of the most popular parks in the heartlands of Singapore. As part of a much-needed park upgrade and plans to improve the capacity of the Kallang channel along the edge of the park, works were carried out simultaneously to transform the utilitarian concrete channel into a naturalised river.

Rambøll Greenland (Head office)

Rambøll Greenland (Head office)
Imaneq 32, 2. sal
DK-3900 Nuuk
Greenland
Tel: +299 32 40 88
Fax

Mail: ramboll@ramboll.gl

CVR numbers

CVR numbers

Ramboll Grenland
10146801