Ramboll is looking for new development paths
Ramboll, one of the top European engineer-consulting-project companies, was founded in Denmark In 1945 and currently employs almost 10 thousand specialists around the world. It offers architecture, consulting and engineer solutions in the area of energy and fuels, management, and transport.
The company, present on the Polish market for over 20 years, has recently changed its president. Jacek Czerwonka, the new CEO of Ramboll Polska (previously working for Polimeks-Mostostal and Polimeks Energetyka) set himself a goal of reaching a greater number of clients.
When it comes to the Polish market, the company has until now concentrated mostly on energy (renewable and conventional). The new company president informed they also have plans to explore some other areas, i.e. oil and natural gas sector, which looks promising.
The company would like to forge cooperation with Gaz-System within the programme of building new gas pipelines and work connected with diversification of supplies of the blue fuel. Czerwonka stressed that as to the latter, they are already active on the subject of constructing the Baltic Pipe, i.e. Danish-Norwegian-Polish gas connection.
Currently, the Polish branch employs 30 engineer-consultants who cover the most important specialist fields in the energy sector – turbine and boiler technologies or thermodynamic circuits. There is also a division working on financial and economic analysis of the planned endeavours. The number of employees in Poland exceeded 50 after Ramboll took over Environ, an American entity from the environment services sector.
The company plans to double its staff, yet this depends on expanding the order portfolio and increasing the company’s scope of activity. One of the many clients of Ramboll Polska is Grupa Azoty ZAP (concerning consultancy services on the construction of gas and steam block) and PGNiG Termika.