Ramboll was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1945. The main owner of the Ramboll group is the Ramboll Foundation. Our foundation ownership means that we are able to take a long-term perspective on our business rather than having to focus on creating a short-term profits. In this way, we are able to focus on creating lasting value for our employees, customers and society at large.
High ethical standards as well as responsibility towards society and employees are part of our cultural DNA. Ramboll was value-based long before it came into fashion and we live our values every day.
With more than 300 Offices in 35 countries, we combine local experience with a global knowledge-base. In the Middle East, we have six offices across the country.
We employ 13,000 experts and have a strong presence in the Nordics, North America, the UK, Continental Europe, Middle East and India, supplemented by a significant representation in Asia, Australia, South America and Sub-Saharan Africa.
In 2016, Ramboll achieved its best result ever.
Ramboll explores the feasibility of groundwater aquifers for desalinated and fresh water storage.
Worldwide, we are looking for more than 20 environmental specialists, project managers and managers.
Whether to learn, gain experience or guarantee professional growth, these graduate engineers chose Ramboll as their employer for these very reasons.
During the first half of the year Ramboll saw continued solid performance across business units. Several substantial project wins contribute to confidence in the future.
Ramboll's Rob Hounsome assesses waste management at government, commercial and industrial levels.
Sunil Ojha spoke at a workshop on ‘Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi’ organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Delhi
In a sector that deeply affects the world we live in, Ramboll is active in fighting poverty and improving lives.
We address global and local challenges and develop sustainable solutions across borders and fields of expertise.
Ramboll is founded on strong business ethics which govern our approach to working in the Middle East.
Why planning matters: Thorough, holistic planning is essential in ensuring sustainable development.
The global demand for water services is rising rapidly. The demand is driven by several factors, including the growth of the worldwide population, urbanisation, industry and a greater demand for irrigation systems.
The face of waste-to-energy is changing. New engineering and architectural approaches to integrating or interacting with the surrounding environment are leading to a new generation of waste-to-energy facilities.