Esther Bosman appointed Managing Director for Ramboll Water

Esther Bosman has been appointed as the new Managing Director for Ramboll’s global Water division, helping drive the company’s growth within water and climate adaptation.

As a successful leader and an experienced water professional, Ramboll believe Bosman has the experience and market insight needed to further grow the team and help clients drive sustainable change.

She comes from a position as Director for the international Water & Maritime business unit in Royal HaskoningDHV where she has worked within water, climate adaptation and sustainability as a leader and consultant for more than 20 years.

“An admired leader and highly skilled water professional, Esther Bosman is the right person to front our growth ambitions within water and climate adaptation, and to implement Ramboll Water’s part of our ‘Partner for Sustainable Change’ strategy,” says Peter Heymann Andersen, COO of Ramboll.  

Ramboll Water has almost 1,000 employees who are mainly based in the Nordics, the US, and South-East Asia. The services and expertise provided by the team covers the entire water cycle with a key focus on water resources management, water infrastructure, climate adaptation and water and wastewater treatment.

“Ramboll is widely recognized for delivering high-quality and cross-disciplinary solutions that help clients reach their ambitions and improve sustainability. I am very happy to be on board, and I look forward to leading the Water team on this exciting strategic journey,” says Esther Bosman, Managing Director, Ramboll Water.  

Esther Bosman succeeds Anette Seger who took on the position as Managing Director for Ramboll in Sweden earlier this year.



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