The month of October was observed as cancer-awareness month across all the Ramboll offices in the Middle East.
Ramboll has been named this year’s winner for ‘Mechanical Project of the Year, with two of our engineers recognised for their contribution to the MEP sector.
We are pleased to announce that Ramboll has been shortlisted for the 2019 MEP Awards.
Ramboll’s environmental expert, Nagwa El Karawy presented at the sixth Arab Round table Meeting on Sustainable Consumption & Production held in Cairo, Egypt from 9 to 10 October 2019.
Ramboll has announced the appointment of Anthony McCarter as Buildings Director for the Middle East. Anthony joins from Aecom where he was the Practice Line Leader, Building Engineering across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMIA).
Ramboll was recognised at the 2019 Aegis Graham Bell Award in the 'Innovation in Telecom infrastructure' category at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) held in New Delhi last night.
To interact with employees and reinforce the vision Ramboll’s founding partners envisaged for the company, the members of the Ramboll Foundation visit Ramboll offices across the Group annually. This year, the Foundation members visited Ramboll’s Gurugram and Hyderabad offices in India.
Ramboll aspires to help cities deliver sustainable solutions for the benefit of people and society at large. That’s why Ramboll is an active partner at the C40 Worlds Mayors Summit 2019 in Copenhagen, where the world’s megacities meet to address climate change together.
We are pleased to announce that K Prashant Ramboll’s Head of Bridges, has been shortlisted for Construction Week India’s ‘Infrastructure Person of the Year’ Award.
Frode Mo brings years of international rail and leadership experience with him when he starts in September. His focus will be to expand the global reach of the Rail Systems division, building on Ramboll’s extensive experience with digital transformation of railways.
Crossing the Makurungwe River in Rwanda can be a dangerous undertaking. But something members of the Gashyushya community must do to get to the market, school or hospital. The river frequently floods for days at a time, causing injuries and death for people who attempt to cross. Five Ramboll engineers are going to change that.