Cockle Bay Park

A confident, clear, and poetic gesture for the people in the heart of downtown Sydney. Cockle Bay Park is designed to be both a human scale destination and a true urban icon on the skyline – a beacon for the people’s harbor.

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Singapore

Bishan Park Singapore: nature for all

Converting a concrete canal into a river with dynamic nature-oriented spaces for Singapore’s communities. The 62 hectare park is one of the most popular in the city state, redesigned to accommodate the dynamic processes of the river system and provid a lush natural environment for visitors.


SPIC Binhai North offshore wind farm

Ramboll designed one of the largest wind farms in China with the capacity to supply 350,000 households with green energy.

Picture of a DSB train in danish landscape

EU's largest rail management system

The largest and first country-wide European Rail Traffic Management System is a project upgrading Denmark’s entire rail signalling system to create a more competitive and sustainable rail system.

Meta: surplus heat to district heating

A Ramboll-designed energy centre is redistributing surplus heat from Meta’s data centre in Odense, Denmark, to the city’s district heating network. It's the largest Danish heat pump installation utilising surplus heat from a data centre.

Buzzard Point, D.C.: flood resilience

Helping the US capital develop a flood resilience strategy protecting local communities from extreme rain events, with an integrated network of Blue/Green Infrastructure.

Dubai's USD 1bn waste-to-energy facility

 The facility  is the first of its size and capacity in the Middle East and will set a benchmark in the region where around 150 million tonnes of waste is produced annually.

Skellefteå: safe water supply

Skellefteå water treatment plant is leading efforts to ensure safe and healthy new water supply for a community in Sweden that suffered Cryptosporidium contamination in their drinking water. 

Equinor floating solar power plant

We're helping client Equinor deliver this revolutionary project with our engineering and technical expertise. It's a world first in challenging offshore conditions.

The one of a kind new Northzealand hospital in Hillerød, Denmark seeks to reinvent hospital designs for the future. the design focusses on patient wellbeing to aid quicker recovery, with a structure that maximises interaction with nature and innovative services such circadian lighting that plays an important part in human health and wellbeing. The hospital also aims to be the most digitally enabled project in Denmark with automated systems to maximise hospital efficiency so healthcare workers have more time to spend with patients and is highly sustainable with its low energy design. Using viewing software, a digital twin of the building has been created, enabling the client to virtually walk around the building and its departments. It is an exemplar project that is already winning awards.

North Zealand Hospital’s fresh design

The clover-shaped hospital pavilion embraces its rural landscapes to help patients heal. The 115,000 sqm hospital is based on the concept of "healing architecture" and is at the centre of an extensive urban development project in Hillerød, Denmark.