Projects

Over the years, we have solved many distinctive and challenging projects for our customers. Ramboll’s Project excellence programme is dedicated to providing clients with world class project management competencies and the very best results.


Yas Rotana and Centro Hotels

Ramboll’s engineers designed two façades within a tight schedule and to exacting specifications. Our engineers worked on the project from June 2007, assisting the architect with fast track system design, specifications, façade details, and overseeing the contractor’s work on site, until the final inspection in November 2009.

Golden Tower

A high-end residential tower sitting in a prominent position on the Jeddah cornice

Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic is the future of healthcare in the Middle East region This 7 star, state-of-the-art, 22-storey facility promises to set the benchmark in this sector for years to come. In the UAE, such a beacon of progress deserves to be eye catching.  

Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) Hotel

32-storey hotel within walking distance of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Our façades team integrated innovative façade solutions and technologies into the pre-existing architectural framework without compromising the design intent. The seemingly simple structure presented a host of complex challenges in designing the façade. The proximity of the building to multiple highways, the ocean, Abu Dhabi Bateen Municipal Airport and the Grand Mosque has added acoustic complexities to the project. Our façade team saw a chance to reduce cost by analyzing the double curved geometry at the crown of the building, eliminating the need for curved glass. Tight spaces, projecting façade elements and operable components required close coordination and communication with all disciplines involved with the project. When completed, the building will be an architectural highlight for this up and coming area.  

Citadel Capital Office Complex

The showpiece of Cairo's Smart Village, this pair of identical buildings by Zaha Hadid resemble cut diamonds. Inclined facades and complex detailing make this pair of identical buildings a welcome challenge for our facade engineers. Each building consists of three office sections connected only by bridges. The central lobby area is topped by a star shaped skylight roof. The steelwork of this roof is designed to allow differential movements of the three blocks. Design to drive technology Our facade engineers worked closely with digital printing companies to create a printed interlayer to be laminated within the glass. The interlayer contains a white or blue pattern that changes in density across the facades in line with the architectural intent. While the exterior of the glass shows an unusual pattern, the interior view is transparent and homogenous, with uniform glare control. Rationalizing the high aesthetic requirements Our facade engineers developed innovative and aesthetical details for Zaha Hadid Architects, while still maintaining a practical approach to the facade. The extreme inclined facades required rationalization to be cost-effective, and our team was up to the challenge. The team worked closely with the architects designing with 3D modeling on the complex geometry.  

Stratford Station remedial works

As the tube extension line to the Olympic park will run from Stratford, the station is set to be a communications hub for the 2012 games. In anticipation of the International Olympic Committee's visit in 2004, the infrastructure consortium Tube Lines wished to carry out some façade improvement work. The station's existing façades are in single-sheet toughened bolt-fixed glass. Inside, a series of temporary platforms provided extra protection against the possibility of the façades breaking. Our client wished to replace these platforms with something more elegant. We worked closely with the architect to design a series of new canopy-shaped structures in steelwork and glass. Laminated glass with PVB filler was used for optimal security.The station remained fully o ...

62 Buckingham Gate facades

The construction of 62 Buckingham Gate forms a key part of the regeneration strategy in London's Victoria for Land Securities Group. The unusual prism-like structure has 13 floors and it replaces a 10 storey rectilinear block on a prime corner site in Victoria Street. Retail space is provided at street level with around 38,000 sq m of flexible Grade-A office accommodation above. A canopied pedestrian area connects the structure with Westminster City Hall, providing space for pavement cafés and outdoor public seating alongside a green wall. With planning consent granted, our façade engineers developed the final design detailing in collaboration with the project architect, to provide a full specification for cladding contractors. To determine the best manufacturing process for th ...

West Ham Lane facades

Our façade engineers worked on the design development of a new mixed-use headquarters building on London's busy West Ham Lane. Its five levels of offices are now occupied by East Thames Housing Group, who employ more than 600 people. The ground floor foyer houses a café, marketing suite, reception and public area. The site was formerly occupied by an under-used church and a replacement has been constructed in one corner of it.The facade solution uses various types of glazed curtain walling. At ground level, a stick system is used for framing to provide a more open frontage to the main road. The upper floors use a sound-insulated unitized mostly-glazed system. To break up the appearance of the façade on the first and second floors, varying-width precast concrete panels are hung ...

Verona Forum façade feasibility study

Verona Forum is a multi-building development in Verona’s fast-growing new business district. The centrepiece is a dramatic high rise office building, rectangular in plan, the four external walls all inclining outwards from base to roof level. The architect’s concept is based on an ice cube, requiring a façade of uninterrupted clear glazing. We were asked to offer options that would reconcile this vision with the client’s wish for an energy-efficient building.We analysed the energy-related performance of the existing design and modelled alternatives, including the use of solar control film or darker glazing. Client and architect eventually agreed on a solution that combines a clear glass, double skinned façade with mechanical ventilation units set in the inner skin at each store ...

Merchant Square facades Building E

Merchant Square forms the final part of one of the UK's biggest regeneration programmes — the revitalized Paddington Canal Basin in London. Covering 1.3 hectares, the development includes six canalside mixed-use buildings.We were appointed to deliver façade designs for Building E and played a leadership role in liaising between the client and the contractor. Work began with hand sketches and wind and air calculations. A detailed investigation of the building's radiant profile was made using shadow range analysis.The 14 storey steel frame structure is expressed as three interlocking triangular forms, each with its own façade detailing. We developed a prefabricated unitised system formulaic enough to permit ease of construction, detailed enough to accommodate variatio ...

Park House facade engineering

For a new mixed use building on Oxford Street in central London, our façade engineers devised a series of specialised solutions to achieve the challenging architectural design. The building's double-curved façade is composed of an articulated 3D glass skin...

Pirelli HQ2 facade engineering

A new building, right next to Pirelli's current HQ, enhances the global company's presence in Milan. Our façades team worked closely with architect Gregotti to realise the client's vision for a supremely transparent envelope that performs to the highest standard of energy efficiency. Work began with a detailed investigation of the building's radiant profile using shadow range analysis and a sunpath diagram. The south elevation is a single-skin façade in glazed curtain walling, with glazed brise-soleils. The light-saturated west and east elevations have a double glazed façade, with the outer layer in tinted pvb laminated glass. A series of vertical glass fins, 400mm deep and set at 1.5m centres, further protect against glare. The five storey C-shaped structure featur ...

Ramboll headquarters facade design

The Ramboll Group's new headquarters building in Copenhagen reflects the company's commitment to innovative sustainable design. Its bespoke single- and double-skinned glazing system was designed by Ramboll's façade engineering team. The five-story fully-glazed steel frame building is L-shape in plan. The frame has extra reinforcement at the top of the structure to support the weight of the glass. The north elevation faces a motorway and is linked to the west elevation by a curved glazed atrium. The west side of the building is effected by solar gain. The double-skinned glazing provides high acoustic and thermal insulation for the north and west elevations. It's composed of 1.5m wide by storey-height panels in low-iron glass.

DS-8 Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf's newest shopping and sports forum is housed behind 7,000 sq m of glazed façade, designed by a Canadian architect and built using materials sourced from specialist manufacturers across Europe.The west façade is a prestressed cable-suspended structure, with glazed panels clipped to cables using bespoke stainless steel clamps. Over the concave main entranceway, a tilted glass canopy inclines outwards.The form of this entrance is echoed by a convex curve in the eastern elevation. Here, we constructed the façade using structural sealant glazing — double-glazed units fixed to painted steel mullions — hung from a powerful horizontal truss.For visual drama, the opaque glass walls on the north and south elevations of the building have been fitted wi ...

Ferrari World roof material selection

Extreme conditions plague the unusual triform shaped roof of the Ferrari World theme park on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The ‘Rosso Corse’ coloured roof material, resembling a red Ferrari, had to maintain its colour while enduring UV exposure, pollution, salt from sea air and little rain to clean the surface, as well as being lightweight...

Tate Modern Extension - Glazing for views and light

Looking out from within the new Tate Modern extension, it is difficult to comprehend the level of complexity involved in designing the windows. With five different inclinations, the building corners and creases resulted in 60 different glass heights across its nearly 1,700 glass panes, spanning up to 29 rows of windows and glazed screens scattered over the whole envelope.

47-50 New Bond Street

This mixed use development is designed to accommodate offices and residences, with retail facilities on the ground floor. A Grade II listed building — housing a Pinet shoe store — has been retained and incorporated...

Yauatcha

We helped our client to construct a stylish new world within the two lowest storeys of a Richard Rogers building in Soho.At ground floor level, in the Yauatcha teashop and patisserie, stacks of cakes and coloured packages appear to float mid-air. They're arranged on structural glass shelf units, engineered by our façades team. A blue and black feature stair, illuminated along one side from within a recess between the terazzo treads and an adjoining black glass wall, descends to the basement restaurant, where the bar is a 7m long fish tank.Our special projects team provided bespoke engineering solutions for every structural detail of the fit out, integrating extensive services requirements and enabling the creation of A3 front of house space on a confined site. ...

Appleton Tower refurbishment phase 2

In a multi-phased project, this controversial Edinburgh landmark — built as part of a 1960s masterplan that was later abandoned — has been refurbished into a world-class educational and conference facility. We were involved in all phases of work and played an advisory role in the masterplan agenda.Phase 1 saw the refurbishment of the lowest two storeys. Phase 2 involved the refurbishment of the semi-basement and floors 6,7 and 8, as well as repairs to the rooftop plant enclosure.The original masterplan envisaged a series of buildings linked by walkways. Accordingly, the tower was designed to step-in above semi-basement level, leaving a concrete podium to serve as a walkway. Since the remaining masterplanned buildings were never realised, the podium was a redundant f ...

Athlone Estate residential complex

We were commissioned to work on part of this multi-building development — David Chipperfield's first residential design for the UK — on the upper slopes of Hampstead Heath. Three new pavilions have been built in the grounds of Athlone House, formerly used as a hospital. Ranging from three to four storeys in height, each houses a number of luxury flats, with car parking and leisure facilities at basement level across the entire site.Our foundation design addresses the steep slope of the site. A sheet-piled wall was sunk to alleviate loads on the foundation structure. Elsewhere the slope has been used to advantage with the construction of a new ha-ha.The design of the pavilion façades addresses security as well as aesthetics. Made of precast concrete and stone with ...

Emporio Armani refurbishment, Brompton Road

We helped our client refurbish an existing store of 15 years to bring it into line with the brand's 21st century image.Our structures team assessed the impact of remodelling a pair of ground to first floor stairs. Two new stainless steel clad stairs were installed in the existing positions. A two-storey lift void was infilled and a replacement lift designed.Our façades team engineered a new glass façade using 5m high, tinted glass panels that extend to both storeys. The glass is emblazoned with the Armani eagle in florescent tubes, creating an impression of a bird in flight. The enlarged cafe on the first floor is visible through the glass.Both floors are finished with Emporio Armani's signature suspended metal ceilings, stone floors and polished plaster ...

Shining Towers

Multidisciplinary award-winning project. Ramboll completed the Shining Towers project in 2012. The project comprises two towers of 33 and 42 storeys respectively, and won the GCC tower of the year at the 2010 Construction Week awards.

The Pad

Slanted at 6 degrees from the vertical, The Pad’s design is based on the iPod. Billed as the world’s first ‘cybertecture’ building, with its design inspired by the Apple iPod, The Pad is a twenty-three storey residential development in Dubai’s Business Bay.

Oslo Opera House

The National Opera House (Nytt Operahus) located in the harbour area of Bjørvika, Oslo, has meant a tremendous boost for culture in Norway. The opera house was completed in 2007, opened in April 2008, and has won the culture award at the World Architecture Festival in October 2008.

Sheffield University Resource Centre

As part of a larger project to enhance student services, we worked on the new resource centre for Sheffield University. The five to seven storey concrete frame structure houses study spaces, book stacks, classrooms, offices and a visitor centre...

John Rylands Library

‘Unlocking the Rylands’ scheme sees major refurbishment to John Rylands Library, Manchester, with a new five-storey extension and conservation work to existing Grade I listed building.

KPMG Headquarters design supervision

A Canary Wharf development intended to meet high targets in sustainability and architectural design. In our role as holders of a watching brief, we made some interventions to improve internal legibility and façade performance.The 15 storey steel frame structure is L shaped on plan, with a courtyard nestled in the crook of the L. Several full height atria provide reception and circulation facilities — the use of open space pointing to KPMG's core values of transparency and communicability. We revised the initial circulation design so that stair flights connect to alternating sides of the ascending floor plates in the central atrium. Seen from below, the stairs form a criss-cross pattern, enhancing the impression of a fluid, multiply-connected environment. Our façade ...

27-30 Finsbury Square

The development comprises a basement, lower ground, ground and seven upper floors. In situ concrete flat slabs are used for the lower floors while the upper floors are framed in steel, with long span cellular beams acting compositely with in situ concrete floors on permanent metal decking. Slip-formed concrete cores provide stability.The elevations are Portland stone. Solid stone piers act as the vertical loadbearing structures around the perimeter. Within the piers elastomeric bearings isolate the stone from rotations that occur at the ends of the long span beams.

1 Moor Lane refurbishment

Ramboll UK helped update this tired office building, which had been left unlet for several years. Work involved modifying the existing atrium and replacing its glazed roof, and adding several storeys above the terraced west wing. Crucially, we devised solutions to substantially increase floor space with the minimum of structural intervention.The existing steel frame structure was rectangular in plan, with an irregular atrium — roughly circular in plan — in the centre. The first six stories housed offices, with plant located on the seventh and eighth floors and in a service drum that rose three storeys above the building.Infilling half the atrium served to extend floor space at each storey. The new, diminished atrium was then reconfigured to conform to a more pleasin ...

Vanke Pavilion

Using our unwavering passion for design, the Vanke Pavilion façade that comprised hundreds of ceramic tiles to create this uniquely shaped building, was engineered using advanced coding techniques to deliver simplified construction of a complex structure.

Arts Tower refurbishment, University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield's Grade II* listed Arts Tower is a 20 storey concrete-frame high rise. Opened in the1960s, it had fallen into disrepair and required full refurbishment. Our engineers...

Oxford Brookes University student centre

The new five-storey concrete frame student centre has created a focal point for Oxford Brookes University. It houses the university's main library, the student union and a lecture theatre, along with teaching rooms, retail areas and catering facilities.The main entrance to the new building leads into a large atrium with the library and student union on each side and a ground floor dining area. The lecture theatre projects into the space, creating a mezzanine level above. Wings on three sides of the building accommodate retail and medical facilities, a link to the existing Abercrombie building and pooled teaching rooms.The new student centre is light, open plan and easy to navigate. Its long span steel-frame roof helps create the sense of space and the large voids pr ...

M40 motorway services area

We are providing structural, infrastructure and building services engineering design for a new motorway services area on the M40 at Beaconsfield. The development includes a petrol station, an amenities building and overnight accommodation.The site covers 6.4 hectares and is located in an environmentally sensitive area. It is surrounded by ancient woodland and near various significant structures, including a Roman road and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. In designing the infrastructure for the project, care has been taken to protect and enhance these features.The project is intended to represent the future of motorway services: providing quality amenities and high levels of comfort, and embracing the requirements of sustainable development.The amenity buildi ...

RSPCA Headquarters

The structure of the RSPCA's new headquarters building is designed to have a large inherent thermal inertia. Detailed thermal modelling contributed to decisions on building orientation and footprint, and on the location and size of glazed areas.For much of the year, comfort conditions in the open plan areas are achieved through natural ventilation. High efficiency systems were designed for heating and the mechanical ventilation required for cellular offices.Daylight modelling optimized the building's daylighting capability. Energy efficient light sources have local switching and are controlled for daylight dimming and absence detection.The greywater recycling system will enable the future use of photovoltaics for powering the pumping station.

Elektron residential development

An ambitious regeneration of the East India Dock neighbourhood has culminated in this flagship development. Three highly glazed towers — one at 25 storeys, the others at 22 — house high specification flats with ground floor car parking. We came on board at post stage D development. We helped streamline the initial design, increasing efficiency of construction and reducing costs. Each concrete frame structure is set on a piled raft foundation incorporating up to 100 piles per tower. With careful analysis we were able to revise the original design to deliver a uniform column grid, eliminating the need for costly transfer structures. Strengthened concrete is used to keep columns to a slender 200mm in width.

Fitzroy Place

Fitzroy place is the most significant new development in Fitzrovia in over 50 years. This mixed use scheme includes almost 300 homes in three in situ concrete framed buildings, as well as 210,000 sq. ft. of offices and 21,000 sq. ft. of restaurants and shops in two steel framed buildings, encompassing some of the most desirable residences and commercial premises in London.

Landmark Tower

A new mixed-use development designed in the shape of a billowing sail and standing at the apex of the Maritime City’s headland location.  Keeping out solar heat was essential for the design of the Landmark Tower, the tallest proposed tower in Dubai Maritime City at 229m.

BBC W1 project

The BBC has developed a new broadcasting complex consisting of two new, linked buildings and a refurbished Broadcasting House. The project has been constructed in two phases...

Crossrail - Paddington Station

Crossrail is delivering a new railway which will be known as the Elizabeth line and will have the capacity to carry 200 million passengers a year once complete. As part of the new line, a new station is being built at Paddington, alongside Brunel’s original building, incorporating 250m long platforms and taking the form of an underground box (265m long x 25m wide x 25m deep).

Magnet Minsk

A multi-purpose complex with diverse recreational and business uses such as a shopping mall, a supermarket, an office centre and a high-class business hotel.

The Ramboll Head Office

The vision for Ramboll’s Head Office is to become a holistic and sustainable reference project. Therefore the Head Office project group in close co-operation with Ramboll's most experienced specialist in the field of sustainability implemented as many sustainable solutions in the project as possible. 

House of Music: Harmonic interaction in architectural playground

The outer and inner parts of the House of Music in Aalborg play very well together both in terms of architecture and construction. With its raw concrete appearance and high standards in terms of acoustics, the building contributes to the cultural development of the city and creates opportunities for attracting international artists.

Temperate House, Kew Gardens

Reopened in May 2018 by David Attenborough, Temperate House is a magnificent Victorian glasshouse in the heart of Kew Gardens. A five year restoration project has repaired and updated the building for tomorrow’s visitors.

Prudential Towers

Two 32-storey sections rise above a 4-storey podium, providing flexible office space in Jumeirah Village. Ramboll brought together a multi-disciplinary design team. Our structural engineers, using long span post-tensioned slabs with columns only at the perimeters, ensured each floor was fully customizable. Our façades team, working closely with our sustainability consultants, designed the façade glass to maximize the energy performance of the building. Our building services team designed the rooftop plant area, which is concealed behind façade projections. Our façade engineers also designed the Building Maintenance Unit, which sits behind this roof projection.  

Saraya Towers

Two undulating, curved buildings on a small plot provided challenges for all of our disciplines. Perched on the edge of Abu Dhabi’s Corniche, Saraya Towers will provide exclusive, high-spec apartments, including a rooftop ‘royal penthouse’ with infinity pool.

The Opus

This Zaha Hadid design has tested our engineers’ skills unlike any other. In the constant search for original designs that truly push the limits, many building projects in the Middle East are in fact driving innovation in engineering design.

Damac Heights

Ramboll has just topped out the supertall tower, Damac Heights in the Dubai Marina. Pushing 340m it is set to become one of the world’s  top 100 tallest buildings once complete in 2017.

Empire Tower

Elegant and simple architecture that translates into a complex geometry challenge for our engineers. The simple design of this 58-storey Empire Tower, inspired by twisting clay and bringing to mind a folded paper fan, maximizes views over the Gulf.

Creek Towers and Plaza

A five tower office complex surrounding a central plaza in the world’s first maritime business centre.  The first ever purpose-built maritime center in the world, Dubai maritime city, will serve as an international hub for maritime business.

Meydan

Home to the world’s richest horse race, this magnificent venue is also the world’s largest racecourse.  With only three years from its announcement to the first meeting, the $1bn Meydan is a testament to the efficiency of the Middle East’s construction industry.

Liverpool John Moores University Design Academy

Opened to coincide with Liverpool's appointment as European Capital of Culture, the design academy provides facilities for a wide range of programs including architecture, fine arts, textiles, graphics and printing. The building is designed for energy efficiency, with renewable technologies accounting for 10% of annual energy demand. The five storey concrete frame structure is waved on plan, with saw toothed windows from first floor up on the two long elevations. A full height glazed atrium forms a dramatic "cut-through," permitting sightlines across the building. Open-plan at ground floor level, the atrium's upper storeys are internally articulated with segments of the floor slabs filled in at varying locations. Lightweight cantilever steel scissor stairs connect the ascending ...

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

The architect's design for Aylesbury Theatre is an interpretation of the surrounding countryside, with its woods and rolling hills. In keeping with this concept, its concrete core, which house the auditorium, is surrounded by a timber frame. The auditorium stands at the heart of the building as if at the heart of the forest. One hundred and ninety geothermal piles make up the foundations. In plan, the building describes a curved shape similar to a pond, resulting in undulating forms for both the façade and roof. The extensively glazed façade is supported by external timber fins. Tree-like, these taper outwards from base to crown, also supporting the stainless steel clad roof overhang. The fins are restrained in places by fixed timber louvres.

Black Sea Hotel and residences

A Soviet-era tower block has been demolished to make way for a 23-storey five-star hotel and 14-storey apartment building linked by a two-storey podium in the historic port city of Batumi on the Black Sea coast of Georgia. We are providing a one-stop design and project management service for this fast-track development. Architect RTKL is acting as a sub-consultant to Ramboll. The design is contemporary but influenced by traditional Georgia. Features include an old-town style boulevard of two-storey shops and restaurants that runs along the seafront and through the new complex. Lawns and gardens cover the top of the podium to create an energy efficient green roof. Solar panels have also been installed on the podium and on the roof.

Rathbone Market

A major multi-phased residential and retail development revitalising Canning Town. Constrained by major roads and properties and up to 21 storeys high, the 650 unit award-winning scheme presented numerous engineering challenges requiring creative and innovative solutions.

Princess Street

The Princess Street scheme is an exciting new residential development located within the heart of Manchester City, due for completion in 2018. Comprising of 238 apartments and a 148 bed hotel spread across 3 buildings ranging from 12 to 14 storeys.

Ferrari World

Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi is the World’s only Ferrari theme park. Sixty of our engineers worked on the four-year project and were involved in every aspect of the park's unique design from concept to completion.

New Power Station for BWSC

Samawah, the capital city of Muthanna with a population of 250,000, lies 280 km south of Baghdad situated within the Japanese sector of the Multi-National Force in Iraq. As part of Japan’s governmental reconstruction efforts, their emergency aid program financed total construction of the 60 MW power station for the cost of USD 110m for the people of Iraq. Ramboll was proud to provide the civil works turnkey contract for design and supply services for the Samawah power station.

New Power to Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou would seem like any normal African capital, over-populated and under-serviced by infrastructure, if not for the Sonabel power station phase 1. Contributing to bolster much needed electricity for a sprawling city, the project improved welfare and development of many ordinary Burkinabes. Ramboll provided the civil turnkey contract for design, supply and erection services.

The Makers District, UAE

A vibrant hub responding to the rise of the maker movement – a global social movement with an artisan spirit – that is set to become one of Abu Dhabi’s most iconic communities.

The Green Planet

A landmark enclosed bio-dome ecosystem housing some 3,000 plants and animals invites visitors to discover the wonders of a tropical rainforest.

Doha Marina Mall, Qatar

Marina Mall is a 180,000 sqm retail and leisure facility in the Lusail development on the east coast of Qatar. The mall includes over 70,000 sqm leasable retail over three main levels, as well as a hypermarket within the basement. It will also house cinemas, family entertainment centre, restaurants with terraces overlooking the marina and spa facilities.

The Hepworth Wakefield

The new Hepworth Wakefield gallery is the focal point of regeneration on the River Calder waterfront, formerly the site of a huddle of low mill buildings. It houses a collection of sculpture by local-born artist Barbara Hepworth alongside the works of other prominent artists, and is one of the largest art galleries yet built outside London.

Tate Modern

Officially opened on the 17th June 2016 the new Tate Modern extension is an iconic world-class addition to London’s skyline. The ground breaking Tate Modern extension pushes the boundaries of modern design and engineering. From its one-of-a-kind geometric structure to its striking brick façade, every facet of this building has been planned and engineered with staggering accuracy.

Hastings Pier Conservation

The much loved Victorian pleasure pier at Hastings has risen like a phoenix following decades of abuse, thanks to a group of local people and funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Ramboll played a key role in the restoration and regeneration of Hastings Pier, offering strategic advice to both the Pier Trust and Hastings Borough Council.

CityLife Milan technical reviews

The 43 hectare CityLife development occupies the site of Milan’s former fairground and exhibition site (Fiera Campionaria). Its combination of residences, offices, retail space and public facilities are arrayed around a large park — Europe’s biggest privately funded park development. We worked in collaboration with J&A Consultants on technical reviews of the architects’ schemes. Our combined refinements and suggestions produced savings sufficient to cover our fees five times over.

Maljevik Bay

We are working closely with the architect on a greenfield development on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast, south west of Sutomore, creating a 3D digital model to determine the optimum roof forms. Ramboll is providing masterplanning, structural, building services, façade, acoustic, geotechnical and marine engineering services for the project, which includes detached housing, apartments, a spa with hotel, restaurants, retail areas and associated infrastructure.The site is fringed with heavily wooded slopes to the west and south, with a grassy plateau in the central area. A steep rocky peninsula forms its southern tip. The area is seismically active and the ground conditions are being assessed further for the detailed geotechnical design. The buildings are concrete frame with pad found ...

Pulkovo Airport

Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg provides a critical gateway into Russia and is one of Europe’s most ambitious aviation projects with a landmark terminal and surrounding airport ‘city’.

Lynetten

Facade lighting for sludge incineration plant "Lynetten" in Copenhagen, Denmark

Harpa Concert and Conference Center: Designed in 3D

Harpa Concert and Conference Center has been hailed as a symbol of Iceland’s economic dynamism and has since it opened in 2011 hosted a range of world-class congresses and concerts. The concert and conference center is part of a larger master plan for the area around Reykjavik’s harbour, intended to attract tourists and artists. But the building is more than merely beautiful; however, it is also CO2-neutral, obtaining its energy from Iceland’s geothermal resources.

Khalifa University Extension Phase 1

The Khalifa University Extension Phase 1 Project will add an additional area of 120,000 sqm to the existing 34,500 sqm of the current campus.  Ramboll provided multidisciplinary services for extension.

Vestas Blade Technology Centre

The world leader in the offshore wind industry, Vestas was looking to create an R&D facility to prototype and test its new wind turbine design. With 80m long blades, the V164 turbine is a huge leap in wind technology. Each turbine is set to generate...

Cobham Motorway Service Area

Ramboll was lead engineer for Cobham Motorway Service Area, a 20ha development on an environmentally sensitive greenfield site.

Storstrøm Prison

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 Niels Bohr Building

The new 53,000m2 Niels Bohr Science Park is to consist of two separate buildings on either side of one of the busiest roads into the centre of Copenhagen. Ramboll experts teamed up with subconsultants from Vilhelm Lauritzen, Christensen & Co, GHB Landskabsarkitekter and Collin Gordon and Associates to provide an all encompassing proposal for the design of the building and its surroundings.

The Maersk Tower, extension of the Panum Complex

The building with the eye-catching Maersk Tower is in many ways a research building beyond the usual. Requirements for flexibility and security have resulted in innovative solutions.

First part of Carlsberg City

A new campus for the university college, UCC, as well as shops, offices and a 100-metre tall residential tower covering an area of 101.000m2 will be the first of 16 building zones, which together will form a rejuvenated district in central Copenhagen known as Carlsberg City.

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