Ramboll Middle East was again in the spotlight when Brian Sweeney, Project Manager for Buildings took home the coveted title of “Project Manager of the Year” at the Construction Week Awards 2016 held in Dubai on 7 December 2016.
Ramboll Middle East has been enjoying the limelight, as we were recognised by two prestigious award bodies in the Middle East.
A delegation of companies from Denmark visited the UAE from 30 October on a two day programme focused on the aviation sector in the country and the opportunities around the region.
For two Danish mayors, a visit to the Bishan Ang Mo-Kio Park in Singapore this morning served as a testament to how good governance and long-term planning can improve liveability in cities.
How can cities reduce carbon footprints? How do we protect our coasts and urban areas from more extreme weather? And how do we support a transition to green energy? Ramboll's experts will answer these questions and more when debating topics such as waste water treatment, water resource management, smart cities and urban liveability.
The annual Construction Week’s Power 100 has been released with Richard Beard, Managing Director for Ramboll Middle East ranked 47th in the Power 100. Richard was ranked 58th in 2015 as a first time entry.
On 24 February, the Middle East ACE Progress Network - where Ramboll is working in partnership with ACE and chair of this forum - held its second event in Dubai where more than 50 attendees from ACE member companies met to discuss recent trends in the Middle East construction market.
An 18-hole championship golf course, an innovative 6-hole championship course, a 9-hole par-3 course all designed by the two-time major winner Jose Maria Olazabal as well as a high-tech driving range and practice facilities, a centre of excellence and public park are part of a huge new development that’s being planned in “the heart of Education City,” in Doha, Qatar. The project, dubbed the Qatar International Golf Club, is “a first of its kind anywhere in the world”.