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Ramboll appointed to Oslo design museum

The Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property - Statsbygg - has appointed Ramboll as multi-disciplinary engineering services provider for the new Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo.

The new National Museum will be one of the largest cultural buildings in Oslo.

Ramboll building & design director, Anton Sawicki, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed as part of the team providing the multi-disciplinary engineering services for such a prestigious project as the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo.

“This is very much a collaboration between three Ramboll national organisations (Norway, Denmark and the UK) working together to deliver this exciting project. Ramboll UK’s technical capability to work on projects of this complexity and expertise in the arts and culture sector was critical to the appointment,” he said.

The winning bid used expertise from Norway, Denmark and the UK, drawing particularly on experience working on the Tate Modern, British Museum and the London Royal Festival Hall in London, the Presidential Library in Astana and the recently opened Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury.

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