A new Centre for Imaging and Intervention is planned at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg. This will be one of the largest single investments ever for the hospital. About SEK 1.8 billion will be the price tag for construction and medical equipment in the new centre. Ramboll is responsible for all HVAC systems in the project, including preliminary studies and determination of user requirements and design conditions.
The Örebro University Hospital will be expanded to increase its capacity and range of healthcare services provided. A brand new surgery ward and a facility for specialized care will be built. The project also includes the renovation and extension of the existing emergency room. Ramboll has received the prestigious task to be responsible for all mechanical engineering in the project.
The cooperative consist of 550 apartments where all the bathrooms are being rehabilitated. The project also include architectural considerations and structural engineering.
Attached to the harbour area in Tønsberg you can locate Tollbodplassen (custom toll square).
With a total built up area of 250,000 square feet, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide’s W Resort hotel in Goa consists of 150 rooms.
Uniting two poultry factories to the biggest poultry factory in Scandinavia.
Ramboll has been appointed to undertake the MEP and sustainability design services for the Address branded hotel in Dubai Marina known as Jumeirah Gate.
An integrated community which, apart from a luxurious hotel, will house 1,000 residences, retail and leisure facilities. This new 285 room, five star waterfront resort is located in picturesque Jordan, overlooking the Dead Sea. The resort will feature seven restaurants, a spa and one of the largest, best appointed convention centres in the region.
Teamworking is essential in this 99 luxury villa community as we ensure all contractor and interior design requirements are met. Flanked on one side by the Greg Norman-designed Earth course, and on the other by lakes and waterfalls, Jumeirah Golf Estates’ Sanctuary Falls is a community of 99 exclusive five and six bedroom villas.
This 220 bed hospital, consisting of two residential buildings for medical staff, a mosque, emergency helipad, air conditioned ambulance garage, an armoury, chemical storage facility and security gate house will be offering state of the art facilities in Sharjah. The hospital will cater for dignitaries by providing VIP medical suites. As well as providing medical services, the hospital will function as a cutting edge medical education facility, with an entire floor consisting of three lecture theatres, a library and associated offices, offering the very latest research and excellence in medical education.
Ramboll was instructed by Majid Al Futtaim to carry out refurbishment on what was for a time the largest mall in Dubai.
Built in 1985, Dubai’s first shopping mall remains a thriving retail hub thanks to a recent re-development and expansion. Consisting of over 700 retail units over two floors, the main mall is complemented by a 220 key serviced apartment tower, a hotel plus a seven storey office tower. Ramboll was instructed to carry out building services engineering for Phase 2 of the Al Ghurair City mall re-development.
Ramboll was the lead consultant for this project. Our structural engineers designed the building with a concrete structure and post-tensioned floor slabs, identified as being the most cost effective solution. The curved and tapered roof structure, crowning a large rooftop atrium, was designed in steel to maintain the architect’s vision.
In 2004 Dong Energy engaged Rambøll for Structural Engineering Design and site supervision of a new gas power station at Mongstad.
The proposal for a new crematorium in Fyllingsdalen is given a clean and simple form that fits into the surrounding landscape as well as existing parks and cemetery.
The Russian capital has experienced a business and building boom in recent years. The great building activity naturally depends on a strong, reliable electrical power grid with sufficient capacity to service all the new buildings.
The project was very complex as the ongoing diary production in Nordhackstedt was not to be disturbed during construction, and as the space for the new production was very tight and required special attention in order to fit all installations into the buildings.
The Edward Boyle Library is a modernist concrete building located in the heart of Leeds University’s campus. Dating back to 1975 and extended in 1996, the Grade II listed building forms part of a much wider group of listed buildings designed by Chamberlin Powell & Bon...
A 27-storey serviced apartment building with 12th floor outdoor pool area. When creating buildings with untraditional layouts, it can become a challenge to make sure that these also remain safe to live in. For instance in case of a fire, it is essential that occupants are protected in the best possible way.
An architectural vision kept intact through Ramboll’s engineering design. The complex geometric design of the 25-storey Iris Crystal morphs from almost circular to a more free form, curved shape as it twists up its height, with each storey having a slightly modified floor plan.
With its sweeping, curving aspect, this mixed-use project offers prime retail, commercial and residential space on Business Bay. Comprising a 56-storey commercial tower, a 16-storey residential block and a 7,000sqm retail space, this complex comes together to create an ultra-modern gateway to Business Bay.
A combination of structural and sustainability innovations created a building that fits perfectly into its environment. Social responsibility is an integral part of Ramboll’s vision. This means we strive to ensure our services contribute to sustainable development that benefits people and communities around the world. We aim to minimise environmental impact whenever we can. Eco-Arish is a proposed accommodation facility for the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) staff restoring old forts in Liwa Oasis. Our aim was to deliver a self-sustaining design solution, with no carbon emissions. This project will be the first contemporary building using date palm tree and stems (arish) as building materials, a method that has challenged our structural engineers. our team has identified and thoroughly tested a structural design that ensures this natural building material meets international building standards. In addition to using local materials, the facility is designed to be self-sufficient in energy and water. our sustainability experts proposed several renewable technologies ensuring this, such as a solar pumping system, a solar desalination plant providing water, a solar energy system providing electricity, and an air tank to store surplus energy. Any waste generated will either be recycled or consumed on-site, with no need for any landfill. Upon completion our sustainability team is carrying out a study of the performance of solar panels in sandy, desert conditions.
The groundbreaking design for this project stores cool air in rocks, has re-used construction waste and is adding to new data for sustainability research. An exciting collaboration between our structural, building services and sustainability teams, the complex consists of multi-purpose office and meeting rooms.
Al Waha represents the emergence of Tripoli as a property location on the global stage. Bringing to mind the ancient Islamic architecture and mosaic art of Libya’s Sahara desert settlements, Al Waha will become one of the most desirable locations in the country.
Bergen Health and Haukeland University Hospital have built a new Centre for Nuclear Medicine/PET with an associated Polyclinic and patient ward. The building is placed in the hospital park and has therefore been given the name “Parkbygget”, which in Norwegian means Park Building.
Lighting design for canteen at Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
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.
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.
Located on top of Cerro Armazones in Chile, the European Extremely Large Telescope will gather 8 million times more light than Galileo's telescope of the renaissance era. In the search for life on planets around other stars in the Milky Way, this ultra-advanced telescope will be our best bet in the near future.
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.
As part of an ambitious plan to develop a railway based public transport in Doha, Qatar Railways Rail has appointed a Joint Venture comprising PORR, the Saudi Binladin Group and HBK Contracting for the design and construction of Green Line Underground.
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.
170,000sqm state-of-the-art business centre community comprising commercial, retail and hospitality spaces to support Dubai’s vision for Innovation.
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.
As part of an ambitious plan to develop a railway based public transport in Doha, Qatar Railways Rail has appointed a Joint Venture comprising PORR, the Saudi Binladin Group and HBK Contracting for the design and construction of Green Line Underground.
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.
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.
Mixed-use development to be built in Dubai’s Waterfront district Domain Views is a mixed use project located in a prime location in the Dubai waterfront development. The project consists of 5 towers (average 25 floors) comprising 4 residential and 1 office tower, resting on a large podium with 4 levels of undercover parking. Ramboll provided structural, MEP and sustainability consulting advice to achieve a LEED gold rating. As well as detailed energy modelling and renewable energy studies, this project incorporates construction types exceeding regulatory requirements to significantly improve the building energy performance
Ramboll has been appointed by RSP Architects to provide consultancy services for the development of the new Headquarters’ office of Emirates Advanced Investment (EAI), located in Abu Dhabi. Elite Design and Engineering Consultancy, an Emirates Advance Investment Group (EAIG) Subsidiary is the main Client on this project.
An ambitious project to become the new home to 120,000 people and used by 190,000 people daily. Badrah will be located on the eastern edge of the Waterfront development along the Jebel Ali coastline. Next door to the Palm Jebel Ali, the Madinat Al Arab, and the Crescent Island, Badrah is planned at the gateway to the entire development.
Landmark 70-storey ‘twin’ building designed with ambitious sustainability criteria. The atrium is a landmark project located in a prime location in the Dubai waterfront development. The project consists of two 70-storey towers that merge at the 49th floor.
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.
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.
The extension of the culture school is placed neighbouring the existing culture house in Husnes, Norway.
The Hamsun Centre, built to celebrate the most famous Norwegian author, combines exceptional architecture with unique technical solutions.
Bergen kommunale bygg, BKB (Bergen Council Constructions) are in the process of renovating and extending Soeraashoegda School.
Rambøll has in collaboration with the architect group Cubus been commissioned by Bergen municipality to carry out overall planning of a new district center at Damsgård.
The project include an additional 3 storey building to house the new MR scanner. Housing a scanner require thoroughly consideration to weight, size, transportation and future maintenance. Parts of the facade is detachable enabling transportation of the machine to its final destination.
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.
In connection with a comprehensive modernisation of the production machinery the plans for a new slaughterhouse emerged.
The Utzon Centre has stood on the Aalborg waterfront since 2008; it houses an archive of the world famous architect Jørn Utzon's works, an exhibition room, a lecture hall, a workshop area and a café.
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.
As part of Bergen University College's research on sustainable building methods, Rambøll designs a lab-facility for testing the performance of full scale building elements. The building will also function as a showroom for passivehouse technology and energy saving solutions.
A new correctional facility is beginning to take shape in the capital of Greenland – Nuuk. More than being one of the most beautifully located facilities in the world, it will provide the sentenced with an opportunity to serve time closer to their families, nature and culture.
Following a 12 month intensive international design competition, the Architectural consortium of Herzog & de Meuron/Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter were awarded the contract to design the New North Zealand Hospital in Hillerød, Denmark, with Ramboll named as the engineering services and project management consultant for this project.
Ramboll is giving expert advice in how to build a railway tunnel, and how to improve the punctuality and the frequency of future rail traffic in Stockholm.
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.
Ramboll is providing Lead Engineering Consultancy, Design and Construction Supervision on this 124-hectare multi-use development in Qatar.
A landmark enclosed bio-dome ecosystem housing some 3,000 plants and animals invites visitors to discover the wonders of a tropical rainforest.
Appointed as the lead design consultant for this project, Ramboll provided the multi-disciplinary engineering services as well as validated and optimised the initial design and reviewed the constructability that have enabled the client to create a vibrant environment that invites visitors to “live the game”.
Every capital around the world has its own distinctive attractions and national symbols such as a Parliamentary building, a university and museums. In Oslo, the Norwegian national planning authority, Statsbygg, is currently planning a National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (Nasjonalmuseet).
Waterfront hotel and conference complex. Currently planning for completion in 2010.
Ramboll was engaged as the consulting engineer on the construction of the Opera House and had engaged Buro Happold (UK) as sub consultant to review Ramboll's superstructures and mechanical and electrical services. The roof was projected in cooperation with Henning Larsen Architects.
Bang & Olufsen, the manufacturer of high quality audio-visual technology, decided to place their only foreign production facility in Koprivnice in North Moravia. The company invested EUR 16.5 million in the construction of a new factory employing up to 200 workers. Ramboll acted as General Planner on the project.
This project is planned as a modern and flexible compact school in accordance with Norway’s latest educational principles. The primary goals with respect to planning are effective use of space and user friendliness.
The desire to increase their range of distribution was the principal reason behind Faerch Plast's decision to locate their first production facility outside Denmark in the Czech Republic. The new location provides proximity to the rapidly growing markets in Central and Southern Europe. Ramboll was assigned as General Planner.
Grundfos is one of the world's leading pump manufacturers. When the existing acquired production facility in Suzhou became too small to supply pumps to the rapidly growing Chinese market, Grundfos purchased a new site in the amazing Suzhou Industrial Park for a new greenfield production facility. Ramboll acted as General Planner on the project.
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.
The desire to increase their range of distribution and to meet the increasing demand were the principal reasons behind Grundfos' decision to transfer their electric motor production from Bjerringbro in Denmark to Tatabánya in Hungary. In his inauguration speech, Niels Due Jensen, Chairman of Grundfos, said he was very pleased with the fact that not a single job was lost in connection with the transfer of motor production.Ramboll was assigned as General Planner.
Ib Andresen Industri A/S is a specialist subcontractor to Danish and non-Danish companies within the working and processing of steel and metals. As part of an internationalisation process, the company decided to build a new steel service centre in Györ, Hungary, offering coil warehousing as well as slitting and cutting of coils. Ramboll acted as General Planner on the project.
In the Bang Na district of Bangkok, Grundfos has cemented its already solid presence in Thailand by erecting a new main sales office and service centre. As one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers and an expanding company in need of additional space, Grundfos decided to build new facilities in Bangkok. Ramboll was assigned as General Planner.
Due to an overwhelming success in the Chinese market, the world's leading pump manufacturer Grundfos decided to extend their Suzhou production facility from 2005. With the extension completed late 2008, the facility totalled 48,000 sq.m., making it the company's largest production facility worldwide outside Denmark at the time of completion. Ramboll acted as General Planner on the project.
When Coloplast decided to establish their first production facility outside of Denmark, the aim was to reduce production costs while maintaining the high product quality level required for their medico products. This was achieved by the construction of their first production facility in the Hungarian city of Tatabánya. Ramboll acted as General Planner.
Copenhagen’s sustainable new neighbourhood, Nordhavn, will be enriched with an artificial island that provides the framework for a major underground car park, apartments with sea-views and an office building of slate.
One of the first education buildings to achieve the highest available BREEAM rating of ‘Outstanding’ at design stage, Ayrshire College’s new £53m Kilmarnock Campus provides a functional, flexible and efficient learning environment that encourages collaboration between students.
The All-weather Lifeboat Centre (ALC) at the RNLI Headquarters, Poole is a modern life boat manufacturing facility that has secured the charity’s lifeboat building supply chain for the next 30 years.
The Queensferry Crossing sits within a beautiful bridge-scape representing three centuries of bridge innovation. It is the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge.
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.
Ramboll was appointed to deliver comprehensive technical advice and assistance in connection with a strategically important Purification Plant set up for Novo Nordisk in Copenhagen, Denmark. The plant will increase the capacity for the manufacturing of active diabetes medicines in line with the Novo Nordisk development programme.
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.
Elsinore Harbour is the home of a new subterranean maritime museum. Ramboll has made the subterranean museum possible, with its innovative solutions and cross-disciplinary collaborations. The museum is one of a kind – also on an international scale. It is situated underground and under the sea level, encircling a 150m dry dock where the wharf used to be.
When a long-term subsupplier of Grundfos, who delivered electric motors to their submersible pumps in the USA, suddenly became a competitor by acquiring a small pump factory, Grundfos decided to realise a long-standing desire of the founders – a production facility in Mexico. The new factory forms an important part of the growth strategy for the North American market of Grundfos, one of the world's leading pump manufacturers. Ramboll was assigned as General Planner on the project.
As one of the fastest growing markets for Grundfos, the Istra Region near Moscow in Russia was the chosen location for the new production facilities of Grundfos, who is among the world leaders in pump manufacturing. The new factory would facilitate direct supply of efficient and energy-saving pumps to the craving Russian market. Ramboll acted as General Planner on the project.
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 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.
The first medico production facility by Coloplast in China was placed in the city of Zhuhai in the Guangdong province of South China. With the 18,500 sq.m. production facility complete with offices, canteen and over 2,500 sq.m. of cleanroom facilities, Coloplast has underlined its presence in China. Ramboll was chosen as General Planner on the project.
Increasing sales soon made Coloplast's first production facility in Hungary too small to cope with demands. As a result, Coloplast decided on an extension of the facility in Tatabánya and, based on the success of the first project for Coloplast in Hungary, Ramboll was selected as General Planner.
When Coloplast decided to build the third and final extension to their production facility in Tatabánya, Hungary, Ramboll's proven expertise as turnkey consultants on production facility projects worldwide was the answer.
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.
A combination of social and competitive aspects influenced Coloplast’s decision to place their fourth production facility in the city of Nyírbátor in Eastern Hungary. Ramboll was selected as General Planner for the entire project.
After a successful start-up of their production facility in Nyírbátor in Eastern Hungary, Coloplast decided to modify and extend the facility in order to accommodate new production lines. Ramboll was selected as General Planner for the project.
In the future Scandinavia and the rest of Europe will be connected by the world's longest road and rail tunnel.
The project for “Nordhavnsvej” is the first stage of a new road to Copenhagen’s Nordhavn (North Harbour). Nordhavn is an old industrial and port area, planned to be developed into a new urban area in the north-eastern part of Copenhagen. When fully developed, the urban area is planned for 40,000 residents and 40,000 workplaces.