Ramboll is a leading engineering, design and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945.
The company employs 13,000 globally and has especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. It works across: buildings, transport, planning and urban design; water, environment and health; energy; oil and gas; and management consulting.
Ramboll’s reputation for design and technical excellence is represented in landmark projects such as the Queensferry Crossing; the Tate Modern extension; the Hammersmith Flyover strengthening (pictured); the Mersey Gateway toll bridge; Pulkovo Airport; and the National Graphene Institute. Ramboll credits its ability to marry exquisite design with a comprehensive appreciation of function, buildability and end-user needs for its successful track record.
Ramboll’s clear passion for engineering excellence is demonstrated in various ways; from the commitment to employee training, to the investments in innovations, through to deep collaborations with clients and partners. It is the combination of human ingenuity, a culture of engineering excellence and use of advanced technology that helps Ramboll to solve some of the most complex challenges. Ramboll has shown such ingenuity in feats such as designing the world’s first tilting bridge and the world’s quietest building and in defining new approaches for reviving aging infrastructure, such as on the Hammersmith Flyover.
Ramboll is also committed to good corporate citizenship. Its Foundation funds scholarships, makes significant charitable donations and provides funding to important work that can further the field, such as its work on Aluna – the world’s first tidal powered moon clock.
13,000 Number of Ramboll employees
300 Number of Ramboll offices
35 Number of countries in which Ramboll operates