At Ramboll you feel invited and guided to unfold your ingenuity and develop your excellence. You contribute to a sustainable future in an open, collaborative and empowering culture, where we bring engineering, design and consultancy into play.
Ramboll has joined forces with Singaporean based Web Structures, a leading building design and engineering consultancy, offering innovative integrated design in the South East Asia region. The acquisition strengthens Ramboll’s position in the region, adding 120 experts to the company’s 4,500 buildings designers from 1 January 2020.
The recent implementation of the Construction Project Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report Compilation Supervision and Management Measures focus on building a during- and post-management system to ensure the effective application of the EIA system. Read more about the Construction Project EIA Report measures and other recent guidance in the December issue of China Update.
Ramboll has an extensive international track record of completed high rise projects. Our global team of buildings experts includes high rise specialist offices in London, Dubai and Singapore.
In the global scheme of challenges, the resource challenge is one of the most pressing ones to address: the limited natural resources. This publication explains how Ramboll’s solutions contribute.Read the publication
With more than 300 offices in 35 countries, we combine local experience with a global knowledge-base. In the Middle East and Asia, we have ten offices across the region.
We employ more than 15,500 experts globally and have especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
In 2016, Ramboll achieved its best result ever.
Ramboll is majority owned by the Ramboll Foundation and this ensures the long-term and independent development of the company, its employees and the communities we serve.
Our founders believed in high ethical standards and behaving responsibly with each other and society at large. And this is still how we run Ramboll today.