Edinburgh

Ramboll

5th Floor, 7 Castle St,
Edinburgh EH2 3AH
T +44 131 297 2650
F +44 845 299 1610
UKEdinburghAdmin@ramboll.com
www.ramboll.co.uk

Contact

Paul Steen. Ramboll

Paul Steen

BA MEng MA CEng MICE, Associate Director, Energy
T: +44 7970 615407
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Nathan Swankie

Principal
T: +44 1312 972 650
Jamie Christie. Ramboll

Jamie Christie

EurIng BSc CEng FICE CMIOSH MICorr, Director, Marine and Energy Infrastructure
T: +44 7976 780618

Location

 

Ramboll's Edinburgh office is resident to the Northern Ramboll Ports and Coastal Marine Team and the Ramboll Energy Team; specialists in engineering consultancy services across a multitude of disciplines including civil engineering, mechanical engineering, project management, environment and energy. 

The Northern Ramboll Ports and Coastal Marine Team has a diverse and impressive project portfolio including: the largest bridge project in Northern Europe and the largest civil engineering project in Scotland for a generation; Queensferry Crossing (Forth Replacement Crossing). We are also involved in an exclusive marina and hotel complex in Porto Montenegro, RNLI Coventina, a £19m modern life boat manufacturing facility in Poole; and Royal Pier Waterfront, a £400m development Mayflower Park Southampton.

Ramboll's Ports and Coastal Marine team are a growing multidisciplinary team with experience in:

  • Oil & Gas / Biomass / Bulk Handling
  • Cruise / RoRo
  • Estate Management
  • Movable Structures
  • Port Planning and Consenting
  • Due Diligence / Loss Adjusting

The Ramboll Energy Team is a proactive partner to the energy market in Scotland, working with a range of clients considering initiating new renewable energy projects. We are an experienced collaborator in delivering technical and economic modelling of multiple technology solutions for small, medium and large scale projects.

To complement this strategic assessment, our specialists can develop detailed design solutions and advise on the operation and maintenance of energy assets. Our clients include Scottish Government agencies, local authorities, energy utilities, commercial and residential clients, and clients in healthcare and education. We undertake.

  • Technology options assessment
  • Technical and economic feasibility studies including lifecycle costing
  • Auditing of building and production plant energy efficiency
  • Sustainability awareness in all aspects of development

"The challenge that lies ahead for the energy sector is to plan and implement a sustainable energy system that is capable of meeting the growing demand for energy while at the same time limiting climate change. We see ourselves as part of the solution."
Associate Director, Paul Steen

Recent clients include:
CMAL, RNLI, IDL, Forth Crossing Bridge Contractors, Graham Construction, MoD, Turner & Townsend, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Water Horizons, Scottish Power, E.On, Jigsaw Energy, North Banchory Company, Scottish and Southern Energy, REPower, Keepmoat, Binn EcoPark.

Projects

Offering expert advice to the world’s largest wood pellet port terminal

In Immingham, UK, Graham Construction appointed Ramboll as special adviser for the design and development of the Immingham Renewable Fuels Terminal (IRFT). Today, it stands as the world’s largest port terminal for wood pellets.

Edinburgh International Low Carbon Energy Infrastructure

Ramboll Energy’s comprehensive feasibility study recommends options for implementing low carbon energy infrastructure in the Edinburgh International development area.

Porto Montenegro Marina

Porto Montenegro Marina is part of a larger regeneration project in the Bay of Kotor — the largest natural harbour in the Adriatic Sea. Kotor itself is a UNESCO World Heritage site with a walled city. The marina is designed to accommodate more than 150 super yachts in berths 30m-100m long, plus 600 berths for smaller vessels, serving the high-end residential, commercial, leisure and hotel projects that complete the development. Our structural, marine and services engineers have been working on this ongoing project.

The marina will consist of seven jetties, the longest of which is 250m in length and 25m wide. The smallest, which was completed first, features palm trees on its deck, imported from Spain. It also features hand carved stone paving, curbing of black basalt imported fr ...

Ramboll

Ramboll
240 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8NW
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 7631 5291
Fax +44 845 299 1610

Mail: london@ramboll.co.uk

Company registration

Company registration

Ramboll UK Limited. Registered in England & Wales. Company registration no. 03659970. Registered office: 240 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NW


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