A climate action plan for California's Port of San Diego will reduce greenhouse gas emissions across half a dozen targeted areas.
According to WICE, women represent 9% of engineering professionals in the UK, 18% in Spain, 26% in Sweden and 20% in Italy. The European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards has the ambition to make these industries more enticing to women, to create role models for women considering a career in these sectors, and to encourage companies to employ and train more women. Ramboll is delighted to have four finalists chosen for the awards.
Behavioural-based safety (BBS) programmes have been disputed since their emergence in the late 20th century. While some favour the focus BBS programmes place on employee engagement, others reject their disciplinary or fault-finding nature. To help bridge the gap between theory and practice in behavioural safety, Ramboll is discussing the impact of safety culture on risk assessment at the Behavioral Safety & Culture: Barriers & Success Stories Conference in Berlin, Germany, on April 18-20, 2018.
Local governments around the world are grappling with rising populations and growing infrastructure investment demands whilst striving to improve the liveability of urban areas. Against this backdrop, smart technologies, analytics and digital design have the potential to transform the way we address imperatives such as air pollution, transport connectivity, water/waste management, energy and climate change.
Ramboll’s approach to comparative assessment is currently being used in a number of high-profile oil and gas projects and has even won an award for environmental innovation.More about NEBA
Highways are generally perceived as an environmental problem, but could they be part of the solution? Bram Miller and Martin Broderick provide a vision for roads helping to solve issues such as air pollution and energy generation.More about highways
Find out how we're using technology to engineer change in the industry in the latest Ramboll newsletter. There's also news on our three major river crossings, how we adapt and extend the life of infrastructure, latest wins, polar diaries and much more..
The need for detailed planning is becoming increasingly important and complex. As cities and their infrastructures continually evolve, careful attention needs to be paid to allow for change while maintaining functionality.