Ramboll is a global architecture, engineering and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945.
Our 18,000 experts create sustainable solutions across Buildings, Transport, Energy, Environment &
Health, Water, Management Consulting and Architecture & Landscape.
Across the world, Ramboll combines local experience with a global knowledge base to create sustainable
cities and societies. We combine insights with the power to drive positive change for our clients, in the
form of ideas that can be realised and implemented.
Furthermore, we are ranked among the world’s top ten environmental and sustainability consultancies.
We combine deep scientific expertise and technical acumen with a broad global footprint to deliver
sustainable solutions. We have earned a reputation for technical and scientific excellence, innovation, and
Our independent, science-first approach ensures that our strategic advice is objective and defensible.
Our experts are world-leading and our projects often draw international attention for being innovative,
world class, and sustainable. We are leaders in air quality, biodiversity, compliance; strategy,
decarbonisation, due diligence, ESG, impact assessment, litigation support, site investigation and
remediation, sustainability, circular economy and resource management and water. Our depth of
expertise in health sciences sets us apart from our competitors.
Visit us at www.ramboll.com
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