Ramboll is a global engineering, architecture and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945. Founded in Denmark in 1945, Ramboll today operates across 35 countries. We combine deep local insight and experience with a global knowledge base to create sustainable societies and drive positive change for our clients. We call it: Bright Ideas. Sustainable change.
As The Partner for Sustainable Change, we enable our stakeholders to realise their goals and navigate the transition to a more sustainable future.
We work across our clients’ value chains, leveraging our expertise, innovation and creativity to address the risks and opportunities that follow from sustainable change. By bringing together our technical expertise, domain knowledge, and digital capabilities, we support our clients in driving improvement and developing new business models that are inherently sustainable.
Our 16,500 experts are at the heart of Ramboll’s operations, helping drive sustainable impact. They deliver standalone and multidisciplinary solutions across Buildings, Transport, Energy, Environment & Health, Water, Management Consulting and Architecture & Landscape.
Ramboll is a member of the UN Global Compact and our business contributes significantly to progress the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our climate targets are approved by the Science Based Targets initiative as aligned with the Paris Agreement.
Alvaro Fonseca, civil and environmental engineer, and expert in hydrology, has over 15 years of relevant professional experience as a climate change resilience expert. He is specialised in Nature-Based Solutions and cross-sectorial climate resilience of proposed investment and development projects, with a specific emphasis on integrated risk and vulnerability assessments, uncertainty analysis and adaptation technologies.
Ida B. Gregersen
Ida B. Gregersen, is an Environmental Engineer with a PhD degree in hydrology, urban drainage, statistical modelling and climate change. She has more than 6 years’ experience as consultant on climate change adaptation and green infrastructure projects and is a member of the scientific board of the Danish Wastewater Committee, where she works with updating national guidelines within the field of urban drainage, both covering design rainfall and optimal service level evaluations for climate adaptation projects.
Jacob Deichmann holds an MSc in Architecture and a MSc in Universal Design and Accessibility, he is an experienced road and mobility expert with extensive experience from projects in urban design, traffic calming, traffic planning and design of terminals for public transportation. He has extensive experience of developing design guidelines and teaches sustainable transportation planning under the DGNB certification system at Green Building Council Denmark.
Kim Madsbjerg is an economist with more than 30 years of experience on assignments in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. He has also a recent master’s degree in Leadership and Innovation in Complex Systems and has more than 20 years of experience in the consulting engineering industry working with feasibility studies, cost/benefit analysis, evaluation and assessment of public infrastructure, including roads, water and other urban infrastructure.
Saila Vicente is a Geotechnical Designer with a MSc in Environmental Engineering, with expertise in sustainability, circularity, and decarbonization of the built environment. Ms. Vicente has more than five years’ experience working with embodied carbon in infrastructures and construction practices. She was part of developing Ramboll’s ZEROinfra carbon accounting method, which helps clients work towards carbon neutrality.
Stine Dybkjær has a MSc. in Environmental Engineering and advanced computational and analytical skills within water management and climate resilience specializing in hydraulic and hydrological modelling, flood risk assessment and climate adaptation planning. She is specialized in climate adaptation measures that promote benefits beyond climate adaptation and resilience to ensure inclusive and green urban spaces that promote livability.
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U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, International Guidelines on Natural and Nature-Based Features for Flood Risk Management. Vicksburg, MS (contribution in chapter 9-11,13 and 16-18).
Brudler, S., Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K., Hauschild, M. Z. & Rygaard, M. (2016). Life cycle assessment of stormwater management in the context of climate change adaptation. Water Research, 106
Gregersen, IB and Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K (2012). Decision strategies for handling the uncertainty of future extreme rainfall under the influence of climate change. Water Science and Technology. 66(2), 284-291