Ramboll Hong Kong Limited
Environmental Management & Consultancy (Environmental Services)
Waste Management (IRES)
Environmental Engineering (Environmental Services)
Green Building Solutions & Services (Environmental Services)
Risk Management & Resilience
Central and Eastern Europe
Ramboll Hong Kong Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ramboll – an international technical and scientific consultancy providing state-of-the-art scientific, engineering, and strategic risk management assistance to clients worldwide including national and international industrial and commercial concerns, law firms, developers and property managers, trade associations, lending institutions, insurance professionals, and public sector agencies.
Ramboll Hong Kong limited provides comprehensive environmental management consultancy services ranging from air quality, noise, water quality, waste management, hazard, land contamination, ecological impact, drainage and sewerage impact assessment`s to BEAM Plus/ LEED certification and green building design.
Ramboll Hong Kong Limited is ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified and we have over 10 BEAM Professionals registered with the Hong Kong Green Building Council, a LEED Accredited Professional registered with the US Green Building Council and a WELL Accredited Professional. Staffs of Ramboll are also familiar with the requirement of Air Ventilation Assessment in Hong Kong. Staff of Ramboll has undertaken over 1,000 individual environmental assessment studies locally in Hong Kong on a variety of projects for public utilities companies, Government departments, and the private sectors in the past decade. Ramboll has proven track record of 100% success rate in all Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) undertaken under the EIA Ordinance since its enactment in 1998.
Apart from EIAs, Ramboll also acts as the environmental consultant for hundreds of town planning applications. Ramboll is familiar with statutory and non-statutory requirement for town planning applications and has also participated in consultation process with District Council and other stakeholders.