Victoria El Kher: Problems are there to be solved

Despite her young age architectural technologist Victoria El Kher has already had her fair share of professional challenges in different countries. She firmly believes that not shying away from new challenges is the only way you will gain useful experience.

torben kirk wolf TKWO

Torben will take your Excel sheet a nudge further – or two

Contact your data scientist, when you experience data pain. Torben Kirk Wolf works to establish an entire department for Data Science in NIRAS.

Nanna Sofie Gudmandsen (NAGU)

Nanna is a sustainability ambassador

Engineer Nanna Gudmandsen has a passion for the sustainable building, and with the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, she now has a concrete target towards which she can direct her green ambitions.

Christel van Grunsven (CHGR)

Christel van Grunsven: a route through various countries to process engineering

Our young professional Christel van Grunsven from the Netherlands started this year off as a new employee in VMEngineering, part of the NIRAS Group. Christel is putting all her prior experience into practice in her role as a Process Engineer and she is already involved in several interesting projects and developments.

David Myrhaug (DMY)

David Myrhaug: Creates 3D-models for future rain occurrences

Through his work with 3D-models, 30-year-old David Myrhaug connects different professional disciplines and convey solutions between colleagues in all the Nordic countries.

Christina Berg Olesen

Christina Berg Olesen: Spends her summer holiday establishing better water supply in Zimbabwe

In her daily life, civil engineer Christina Berg Olesen works with biogas and waste water projects for NIRAS. However, her 2019 summer holiday was not of the usual kind, as she spent it in Zimbabwe examining possibilities for a more efficient water supply.

Man standing by desk with computer monitors. Simon Brøgger (SIBR)

Simon Brøgger: The engineer who creates 3D models of major highway projects in Norway

When NIRAS is designing large-scale highways passing in between the Norwegian mountains, engineer Simon Brøgger plays a key role. He creates 3D models of the highways, showing exactly how much gravel, asphalt and soil will be used.

Man standing in front of stairs. Niels Asgari (NHK)

Niels Holm Krarup: Number cruncher and civil engineer with a passion for building bridges

Niels dreams of building bridges. He has held a talk on bridge cable vibrations in front of large numbers of industry experts at a conference in Rome. As a NIRAS engineer, Niels gets to solve the complex calculations needed to create future buildings and structures.

Emmie Johnson: Chartered surveyor goes an extra step for happy customers

Emmie Johnson works as project manager in Malmo with large construction projects for millions of dollars. She lives and breathes for those projects that may seem insurmountable, but end up being successful.

Selfie of a young woman. Pil Brix Purup (PIBP)

Pil Purup: Innovativ Ph.D. candidate with strong creative urges

In her time off, Pil Purup is an accomplished ballet dancer and a hard-hitting taekwondo fighter. At work, as a Ph.D. candidate at Aarhus University and an engineer at NIRAS, she gets fired up by indoor climate and energy consumption. But she never just focuses on those two things.

selfie of a woman in front of a smart board screen. Teresa Albeck Japsen (TEJ)

Teresa Japsen: Social geography expert helps festival goers and people’s gathering

The social community at work is an important element for GIS consultant Teresa Japsen, founder and chairman of the Young & Hopeful association. When not creating mud maps for the Roskilde Festival, she is busy preparing geodata for regions, municipalities, and companies.

selfie of Lisbet Rhiannon Hansen (LRHH) in front of a map

Lisbet Rhiannon Hansen: Newly hatched consultant aiming for an international career

Lisbeth Rhiannon Hansen kick-started her international career by being one of the first to complete NIRAS Young Professional Academy, the two-year NIRAS talent programme. Today she works at NIRAS on development projects all over the world.