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Ramboll UK

Christchurch House
30 Waterloo Street, Victoria Square
Birmingham B2 5TJ
T +44 121 230 1650 - F +44 845 299 1610
birmingham@ramboll.co.uk - www.ramboll.co.uk

Ramboll Environ

8 The Wharf, Bridge Street, Birmingham B1 2JS
T +44 121 616 2180
mroyall@ramboll.com - www.ramboll-environ.com

Paradise Birmingham

Our team in Birmingham is currently working on an extremely strong portfolio of Local, National and International projects including the Paradise Circus redevelopment in the heart of Birmingham, Energy from Waste facilities in Gloucester, a 42 storey residential building in London and a major new hospital in Denmark.  We have a number of high profile projects that are under construction or have recently been completed including the largest Passivhaus building in the UK, significant heritage projects and the conversion of the former Post & Mail printing works in the centre of Birmingham into a 6 storey basement car park supporting a 20 storey mixed use development.

Strong relationships in Birmingham and the West Midlands for the delivery of high quality, cost effective, sustainable and buildable designs

Ability to deliver sensitive design solutions for refurbishment and conservation projects

BIM / 3D modelling used for all projects

Proactive integration across all engineering disciplines

"We have a highly skilled team of engineers and scientists based in Birmingham, whose aim is to build long term relationships — and provide high quality sustainable solutions."

Neil Harvey, Director

Recent clients include
University of Birmingham, Argent/Carillion, The Football Association, Willmott Dixon, LFM, Herzog & de Meuron, Laing O'Rourke, Oxford University, Birmingham City University, Associated Architects, Akzo Nobel, Aston University, Balfour Beatty, Bournville College, Kier, Thermo Fisher, BAM, University of Leicester, Broadway Malyan, Turner & Townsend, Interserve Construction, RLB


Neil Harvey. Ramboll
T+44 121 230 1650
T+44 121 616 2180


The Birmingham office is a short walk from either New Street or Snow Hill railway stations.