Structural engineering

We help clients achieve the optimal structure for their place and time – through skill, experience, and a detailed understanding of local contexts.

RFI brand picture photoshoot in Espoo, Finland. Taken in October 2021. Two people are on a Ramboll-designed bridge in sports clothes.

Tall or small – we design it all

What we do description

Structures today must live up to a long list of architectural, economic, environmental, fabrication, transportation, and construction requirements. We help clients stay one step ahead by combining a data-driven approach and advanced digital tools with our industry-leading expertise in low-carbon materials such as cross-laminated timber.

We design conventional structures as well as advanced structures, including:

  • Structures for super tall buildings (+300 meters)
  • Structures made purely from glass
  • Membrane and shell structures
  • Cable-supported structures

Energy infrastructure:

Ramboll has designed the foundations for 65% of all wind turbines globally and is at the forefront of technical advances in green hydrogen and carbon storage.

Related projects

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  • Sustainably expanding Helsinki Airport

    To meet the future traffic demands and improve passenger services, we collaborated to significantly expand terminal area in Helsinki Airport. The terminal expansion project is part of Helsinki Airport development programme.

    The Helsinki Airport development programme includes for example an impressive new terminal 2 with arrival and departure halls, new public transport arrangements and an extended Schengen gate area.  Ramboll is the main construction engineer for the project and is responsible for the structural design, design of infrastructure, geotechnical, heating, water, ventilation, cooling, electrical, automation and traffic planning. Helsinki Airport Terminal 2 Expansion, Vantaa, Finland

  • Mersey Gateway: connecting societies

    Featuring a new 1km six-lane cable-stayed toll bridge over the river Mersey and a further 1.2km of raised approaches, the Mersey Gateway was the largest infrastructure project in the North-West of England and plays an integral part of the local Sustainable Transport Strategy.

Our People

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  • Søren Brøndum

    Managing Director, Buildings

    +45 51 61 62 53