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 13,000 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.
This unique building, with its one-of-a-kind geometry and remarkable brick façade is a feat of design and engineering. Find out how we've helped realise Tate's vision...
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ICE Wales Cymru Roy Edwards Heritage Award 2016 was won by a project to refurbish Llantysilio Chainbridge, originally built in 1817. Judges said it is a very good example of what can be achieved with vision and co-operation.
How can cities reduce carbon footprints? How do we protect our coasts and urban areas from more extreme weather? And how do we support a transition to green energy? Ramboll's experts will answer these questions and more when debating topics such as waste water treatment, water resource management, smart cities and urban liveability.
As part of three projects initiated with support from the Scottish Government’s Geothermal Energy Challenge Fund, Ramboll has investigated the feasibilty of using warm water from three geothermal sites for heating homes and businesses at Banchory, Guardbridge and Fortissat through a district heating network.
Located next to Moorgate station, Moorgate Exchange is a modern architectural statement, providing a dynamic and high quality office space. Find out how Ramboll achieved virtually column free internal spaces, maximising lettable area.
“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.
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Take a look at this edition of Response magazine 'Rethinking structures'. Examples include: Wind turbine foundations; Immigration welcome centres; Rail traffic signalling systems; Children's hospitals; Flood-prone neighbourhoods; Hollowed mountains; Contaminated water remediation. And much more.
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.