Ramboll was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1945. The Ramboll Foundation is the main owner of Ramboll Group. The Foundation supports research, studies and education, with a particular focus on science and engineering. The Foundation has a long-term ownership perspective, which in turn influences its strategic priorities.
High ethical standards as well as responsibility towards society and employees are part of our cultural DNA. Ramboll was value-based long before it came into fashion and we live our values every day.
With almost 300 offices in 35 countries, we combine local experience with a global knowledge-base.
We employ 13,000 experts and have a strong presence in the Nordics, North America, the UK, Continental Europe, Middle East and India, supplemented by a significant representation in Asia, Australia, South America and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Ramboll increased revenue by 28% in 2015.
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.
We seek more than 200 new highly qualified employees for our many projects all over the world.
Deroosh Mohanakumar, engineer in Ramboll’s water division, learned early in life that nothing comes by itself. That’s why he constantly develops his knowledge – both professionally and personally.
Student jobs, coursework, theses, internships, PhD’s, and other activities in connection with your academic work are worth looking for in Ramboll. We focus on self-management and participation – what we call “empowerment”.
Colleges across North America are looking to convert their steam systems to hot water district energy. Advantages include an optimised and flexible system, energy savings, a higher degree of efficiency and better possibilities of integrating renewable energy combined with a reduced risk of leakages.
For two Danish mayors, a visit to the Bishan Ang Mo-Kio Park in Singapore this morning served as a testament to how good governance and long-term planning can improve liveability in cities.
A large park in Copenhagen will be transformed into a series of rainwater catchment basins and lead the excess rainwater on the surface through the streets to a city centre lake. On its way, the water will be purified biologically.
On July 10 decision makers from all over the world gather at the World Cities Summit in Singapore. Waste-to-energy plants and other smart approaches can help them save money while at the same time create a more sustainable environment.
85% of the world's energy consumption comes from fossil-fuelled power plants. However, this balance is challenged by an ever increasing need for more and greener energy. This is a task that calls for an improvement of the energy efficiency and a change in the choices of fuel.
For Ramboll, 2015 was a year of progress on the strategic development of the company, while the downturn in the oil sector and a small number of major project write-downs reduced our profitability. However, Ramboll has improved the underlying profitability and shown strong growth and cash flow. Explore the results in our Annual Report and learn how we create solutions for a sustainable future.
Society’s need for innovation that optimises resources and makes life easier is stronger than ever. The 5th issue of Response Magazine focuses on the rethinking of structures – not only the physical ones in buildings and infrastructure, but also the less visible designs that organise our societies.
The European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) is the most efficient tool to make the European railway network interoperable. Denmark is the first country in Europe to upgrade its entire signalling system, and Ramboll is heading the complicated work.
The global wind industry continues to break records for new investments and capacity, but high costs remain a major challenge. As the fastest-growing part of the sector, the offshore wind industry is finding new ways to design smarter turbine foundations to help ensure a renewable – and affordable – future.