After acquiring a significant part of the Finnish consulting company Pöyry, Ramboll has become the largest consulting engineering company in Finland with approximately 1900 employees.
Ramboll will lead discussion on sustainable environment when the World Cities Summit brings together more than 3000 business leaders, experts and mayors in Singapore.
Senior Project Manager, Jesper Pedersen, received the award as the second runner-up in the prestigious 2014 Young Professionals Competition. The award was given for his work with risk and safety analysis of the Fehmarn Tunnel Project: the world's longest immersed road/rail tunnel.
Engineering students across the Nordics consider Ramboll to be the most attractive employer, according to the annual Universum Student Survey.
Ramboll is planning the world's first mountain station with trains passing through at speeds up to 250 km/h: an extensive, large and complex project built inside a mountain in Holmestrand near Oslo, Norway.
Almost 500 wind turbines and their common grid connection are planned and permitted along the coast of Trøndelag. As the Owner's Engineer, Ramboll plays a key role as the leading developer in the region gets ready to negotiate terms with turbine suppliers and contractors.
A new wind farm in Vähäkyrö, Vaasa will turn into one of Finland's largest with 16 wind turbines with a nominal power of 3.3 megawatts and an overall nominal power of 52.8 megawatts.
Ramboll has been awarded a major contract for the client consultancy and contract management of the expansion programme at Dubrovnik Airport.
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. Ramboll was appointed as engineering services and project management consultant for this project.
Ramboll Management Consulting joins forces with Hamburg-based Putz & Partner and grows by 20%. The acquisition doubles Ramboll’s presence in Hamburg and adds substantially to our private sector consulting expertise and provides a stronger foothold in the energy sector.
Ramboll was appointed as a sub-consultant to Carbon Trust Resources Ltd to deliver the Scotland National Heat Map on behalf of Resource Efficient Scotland and the Scottish Government.
Ramboll acquires 435 specialists within buildings and project management from Finnish consultancy Pöyry. The acquisition makes Ramboll the largest consulting engineering company operating in Finland with approximately 1900 employees.