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.
Cogenerating heat and electricity lowers costs and carbon emissions. One pioneering project will use the waste heat from the London Underground to produce district heating.
Energy is a growth area. During the past two years we have more than doubled our number of employees in this field. We are always looking for new employees with energy expertise. Apply for one of the vacant jobs or submit your unsolicited application.
Meet Paul Konig, mechanical engineer and Head of Ramboll Energy’s Waste-to-Energy team in the UK.
Make sure you stay updated on our latest news, articles and vacancies by following Ramboll's Careers page on LinkedIn.
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.
Ramboll has been appointed to provide engineering consultancy services to the proposed conversion of Lynemouth Power Station from coal to biomass. The converted plant will export around 390MW of low carbon electricity to the national grid.
Ramboll will be the first non-Chinese company to design a 400 MW wind farm in China, which will be among the country’s largest.
Ramboll participates in many energy conferences around the world. See a list of the conferences where you can meet us and book a meeting.
We place a strong focus on improving performance and reducing costs in all phases of our projects, from capital to operation and maintenance costs.
We address global and local challenges and develop sustainable solutions across borders and fields of expertise.
We base our services on integrity, deep specialist insight and independence of energy technology suppliers.
Take a look at this edition of Response magazine 'Rethinking structures'. Examples include: Wind turbine foundations; Immigration welcome centres; Rail traffic signalling systems; Childrens hospitals; Flood-prone neighbourhoods; Hollowed mountains; Contaminated water remediation. And much more.
"The general opinion is that a building is more sustainable if it is a low energy house having solar cells and wind turbines on the roof and highly insulated walls. We come in general to the opposite conclusion." Blog with one of our energy specialists on this and many other energy issues.
Offshore wind turbines move further out to sea to ensure stronger and more stable wind resources. This calls for innovative methods when designing new turbine foundations.