Ramboll was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1945. The Ramboll Foundation is the main owner of Ramboll Group. The Foundation supports research, studies and education, with a particular focus on science and engineering. The Foundation has a long-term ownership perspective, which in turn influences its strategic priorities.
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.
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.
Ramboll delivered growth despite challenging market conditions in 2015.
Urban superpower in the 21st century is all about human capital. But how do cities attract companies and people? We combine passion and best practices that enhance future growth and liveable cities.
We seek close to 300 new highly qualified employees for our many projects all over the world.
Among other aspects, the open work culture at Ramboll stands out
A civil engineer by profession with a Masters in Structural Engineering from IIT Bombay, Vidya will bring over 30 years of rich work experience to her role at Ramboll
Pankaj Sachdeva, Ramboll India’s Telecom Director talks about importance of Telecom Infrastructure in smart cities at the 10 th Annual Conference on telecom Infrastructure in India.
In order to better gauge the impact of the scheme on the pollutants and the flow of traffic, Ramboll India conducted a study during the first phase of the experiment in January.
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 short-term profits.
Ramboll is founded on strong business ethics which govern our approach to working in India.
As more and more people move to urban areas, energy needs increase, so the quest is on to find the most efficient, environmentally friendly and cost-effective means of producing energy. Luckily, the answer lies in the urban structure itself.
Congestion and inadequate public transport are familiar problems in modern cities, where population growth leads to clogged roads and new urban areas poorly linked to the city centre and vital facilities. Europeans are grappling with long hours of waiting on the roads.
Optimised design helps reduce resource use in the global building industry, ultimately providing us with smarter and more sustainable solutions. Get the experts’ take on some of today’s developments in tomorrow’s lifecycle design.