Tate Modern, London, UK
Ramboll brings together nearly 4000 multidisciplinary buildings experts worldwide. As a top 10 buildings consultancy globally, we design around 10 million m2 of buildings each year.
Our comprehensive service covers all aspects of building engineering, architecture, design, and consultancy. We work on 10,000 projects annually and have an extensive track record in developing inspiring healthcare, pharmaceutical, commercial, retail, hotels, residential, education, arts & culture, sports, high-rise, and airport buildings. We also have market-leading expertise in timber structures and off-site construction practices.
Our design philosophy is to always make room for the human experience. By applying our “Liveable Buildings” concept, we balance the cultural, social and physical values of buildings. Improving quality of life for building users increases a building’s attractiveness to both tenants and investors. Good indoor environmental quality improves office worker productivity by 3%, and buildings with a green rating command 16% higher prices.
We have a unique approach to using Building information modelling (BIM), CAD, and advanced analytical techniques to bring building renderings to life. This enables decisions and changes to be implemented and assessed virtually before construction starts.
Our pioneering ‘Innovation Design’ service uses the latest parametric models, simulations and algorithms to create complex building forms, improved performance, and reduced timeframes and costs.
We deliver the best solutions to our clients by combining a local presence and insights with a global network of specialist expertise. We are the preferred partner of some of the world’s leading architects and developers and 85% of our work is with long-term, repeat clients. Our clients also include contractors, building owners, private corporations, universities, and government institutions.
Ramboll has great experience in designing high-rise buildings. Read about a selection of the significant buildings Ramboll has been involved in (online publication, opens in new window).
27 - 28 September 2018
At Danish Concrete Day 2018, Shonn Mills, Global Division Director, High Rise, Ramboll will give the presentation "High rise building - in-situ or precast". The presentation will be in English but most presentations at the conference will be in Danish.
23-26 October 2018
Meet Ramboll expert David McKinnon, who will present the results of the EuroWindoor study on how to deal with windows and exterior doors made of wood after the service life ("end-of-life treatment").
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.
The New Karolinska Solna is one of the world’s biggest and most ambitious hospital projects. When the hospital is complete in 2016/2017 it will offer highly qualified specialist care and a world-class research environment.
A landmark tower among landmark towers, Capital Gate is the 35 storey focal point of Abu Dhabi's Capital Centre, a mixed use development supporting the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). In June 2010, it was certified by Guiness Book of Records as the furthest-leaning manmade tower in the world. We were appointed as specialist consultant by lead engineer and architect RMJM to advise on construction.
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’.
Dalston Works is the largest Cross Laminated Timber project globally. Weighing just one fifth of a comparable concrete structure, it accommodates 10 storeys above a planned Crossrail route.
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).