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NIRAS is an international, multidisciplinary consultancy company with over 1400 employees located in offices in Europe, Asia and Africa.

The company provides independent consultancy in a variety of fields such as construction and infrastructure, public utilities, environmental and natural resources, climate change and energy, planning, and development consulting.

The domestic market for NIRAS is Northern Europe; however the company is actively growing its international presence through international acquisitions in the environment and energy, ports and harbours consulting sectors and worldwide development consulting services.

NIRAS plays a major role in creating a new generation of infrastructure – and in upgrading existing infrastructure to meet the demands of societies in many parts of the world. Ports, Roads, Bridges,Tunnels, Parking facilities, Railway station, Railway track, Airport and runway

Transport infrastructure is one of NIRAS’ key areas of expertise and, as one of the largest port engineering consultants in Scandinavia, NIRAS has participated in numerous marine projects from the Arctic to tropical climes covering: Ports,containerterminals, Ferry and Ro-Ro terminals, Fishing ports and Marinas.

Public infrastructure also encompasses sewerage systems. For decades NIRAS has been a preferred partner when it comes to: Sewerage rehabilitation, Industrial sewerage systems and urban sewerage systems.

NIRAS is a leading provider ofplanning & design of expansion and modernization of critical infrastructure. NIRASprovides clients with a full cycle of services and helps them address complex infrastructure challenges wherever they may be in the world.

The success of an infrastructure project affects both the clients and society at large. Therefore, NIRAS endeavours to ensure that they cover every aspect and detail of a project.

According to the International Director Civil Infrastructure of NIRASCarl Chr. Østergaard, the demand on the African market with its enormous prospective will require dedicated & skilled manpower and companies having the courage to stay on and develop the markets whatever challenges it may bring. Mr. Østergaard is of the opinion that International companies should join up with local entities to form sustainable partnerships.

Carl Chr. Østergaard
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