Tate Modern, London, UK
Ramboll’s more than 4,000 buildings specialists design more than 10 million m2 of buildings each year. We work closely with investors, contractors, developers, tenants to provide buildings that are distinctive, sustainable and designed to meet user needs.
Our comprehensive service covers all aspects of building engineering, architecture, landscape & urbanism, design, and consultancy. We offer clients a complete range of services throughout the entire building’s life cycle. And have an extensive track record in developing technology & science, retail, hotels, residential, education, arts & culture, and sports buildings.
The global High-rise and Hospitals divisions combine our Nordic heritage of cost-efficiency and high standards with a local presence across the globe. We are second to none when it comes to applying digital design tools, off-site construction practices and designing timber structures.
Ramboll has great experience in designing high-rise buildings. Read about a selection of the significant buildings Ramboll has been involved in.
Officially opened on 17th June 2016 the new Tate Modern extension later named the Blavatnik building is an iconic world-class addition to London’s skyline. Enabling new ways to display Tate's collection, the new building has been instrumental to Tate Modern's recent success, as it topped the polls as the UK's most visited attraction in 2018.
The New Karolinska Solna is one of the world’s biggest and most ambitious hospital projects. The hospital was completed in 2017 and offers highly qualified specialist care and a world-class research environment.
A landmark tower among landmark towers, Capital Gate is the 35 storey focal point of Abu Dhabi's Capital Centre, a mixed use development supporting the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). In June 2010, it was certified by Guiness Book of Records as the furthest-leaning manmade tower in the world. We were appointed as specialist consultant by lead engineer and architect RMJM to advise on construction.
Dalston Works (previously known as Dalston Lane) is the largest Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) project globally, using more timber than any other scheme in the world by volume.
Every capital around the world has its own distinctive attractions and national symbols such as a Parliamentary building, a university and museums. In Oslo, the Norwegian national planning authority, Statsbygg, is currently planning a National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (Nasjonalmuseet).