This psychiatric hospital is the largest and most ambitious psychiatric facility in Denmark. The 44,000 sqm building comprises wards for general psychiatry and forensic psychiatry, and includes a high-security ward, an outpatient clinic, training facilities, a swimming pool and a centre for research and education.
The AV factory on Bang & Olufsen's 10 ha site in Koprivnice comprises a production building of 10,440 m2.
Denmark’s waste-to-energy facilities have been optimized and existing capacity replaced, but no new thermal treatment capacity has been established since 2002.
Plans for Liverpool’s new permanent Cruise Terminal will replace the existing facility to create an exciting five-star experience for passengers. Ramboll is leading a multi-disciplinary technical team designing the new terminal and will stay involved until Scheme completion.
The Danish Working Environment Authority wanted to secure better accommodation for workers in the construction industry in Denmark. Ramboll identified potential solutions by conducting interviews with experts and by reviewing current laws and regulations.
Ramboll was steel consultant and supplier for BWSC in the construction of two power plants in Lebanon, from 2012 to 2016. Ramboll designed and provided the materials for the buildings (totalling 8,000 m2) which in capsule these process plants.
Designed by award-winning artist Olafur Eliasson, Cirkelbroen enables walkers and cyclists to cross Christianshavns Kanal in stylish fashion. The bridge smoothly swings open to allow large vessels to pass.
Establishing a new electronic production facility in an existing production hall.
Rambøll Denmark A/S was appointed by Novo Nordisk A/S for the design of a new production facility which will deliver the world’s first protein tablet to the global market.
The largest maximum security prison in Denmark is located on the island of Falster. The prison has capacity for 250 inmates and is the most secure facility in Denmark.
The Maersk Building, a 34,000 square metre extension of the Panum Complex is to function as a landmark for international healthcare research, forming a distinctive part of Copenhagen’s urban landscape and skyline. The vision is to present a creative and sustainable architectural solution that interacts with the existing buildings and the rest of the city and campus area.