Ramboll was founded in 1945 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The main owner of the Ramboll group is the Ramboll Foundation. Our foundation ownership means that we are able to take a long-term perspective on our business rather than having to focus on creating short-term profits. This enables us to focus on creating lasting value for our employees, customers and society at large.
High ethical standards as well as a responsible approach towards society and employees are part of our cultural DNA. Ramboll was value-based long before it became fashionable and we live our values every day.
With almost 300 offices in 35 countries, we combine local experience with a global knowledge-base. In the United Kingdom we have 29 offices across the country.
We employ 12,300 experts with a strong presence in Northern Europe, India and the Middle East. In the United Kingdom we employ close to 950 people from Edinburgh to Southampton.
Ramboll's growth continued in 2014 despite tough market conditions - the result of strong performance across the group.
BREEAM Excellent, A grade commercial offices in the heart of the Capital City. Find out how Ramboll achieved virtually column free internal spaces, maximising lettable area…
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When asked about their ideal future employers, engineering students from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland think Ramboll is the most attractive place to work...
The diversity of our portfolio never fails to deliver an exciting working environment. Find out more about working for Ramboll...
This year Ramboll will be present at the Offshore Europe conference in Aberdeen 8-11 September. Our Aberdeen staff is looking forward to welcome you at stand no 1J58.
Exciting new initiative building on Scotland’s engineering tradition launched.
The opening of a unique lifeboat construction and re-fit centre at the RNLI headquarters in Poole, UK, heralds a new era in the charity’s 191-year history and is the culmination of three years of dedicated work by the Ramboll project team.
The Dalston Lane development in Hackney, UK, will become the tallest of its kind in the world, and will use more timber than any other CLT scheme globally.
“The key technical challenges for this project are to develop designs that minimise disruption to the live railway, de-risk the blockades and coordinate with the existing structures.” Will Duckett, Ramboll project manager.
We base our services on integrity, deep specialist insight and independence of energy technology suppliers.
Half of the world’s inhabitants – 3.6 billion people – live in urban areas. Cities are the leading source of global economic growth, resource consumption and carbon gas emissions. Urban superpower in the 21st century is all about human capital. But how do cities attract the right people? Liveability is part of the answer.
Water is one of the greatest current and future global challenges. We experience more frequent cloudbursts due to climate change, causing our sewers to overflow, yet at the same time, the scarcity of water elsewhere threatens public health and reduces food production.
The green transition should ultimately lead to a fossil-free society. Meanwhile, fossil fuels will remain a vital part of our energy mix in the coming decades. Striking the right balance is a matter of combining renewables and fossil fuels in smart, efficient ways.