Built to inform

Sign up for the daily newsletters

No, Thank you

Consultancy Ramboll inaugurates Qatar operations

Officials from Maersk Oil Qatar, Zadco, Total, and Qatar Railways Rail also attended the opening ceremony in Doha

Ramboll's Qatar operations were launched in Doha. [Representational image]
Ramboll's Qatar operations were launched in Doha. [Representational image]

Consultancy Ramboll’s Qatar operations were recently launched in Doha.

HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim Al Thani, Qatar’s Minister of Economy and Commerce and the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen, inaugurated the office.

Ramboll has been operating in Qatar's oil & gas, building, transport and environment markets for the last two decades. 

Soren Holm Johansen, Ramboll’s group executive director for markets and global practices, said: "The move to new premises is an affirmation to our long-term commitment to the country and provides a great opportunity to highlight the relationships Ramboll has created in Qatar.”

Officials from Maersk Oil Qatar, Zadco, Qatar Petroleum, ORYX GTL, Total, Qatar Foundation/Mushereib Properties and Qatar Railways Rail also attended the ceremony.

Remarking on the development, Jensen said: "As the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs I’m very proud and honoured to be part of this official opening of Ramboll’s new office in Qatar. 

"Denmark is a small country with limited natural resources - and having knowledge based companies like Ramboll expand and succeed worldwide is of outmost importance for Denmark and our future generations.

"Establishing international relations on a business level is also of utmost importance in terms of developing a stronger understanding and a stronger relationship between nations." 

 

Most popular

Awards

Go for gold at the 15th Construction Week Awards in December 2019!
Winners will be crowned under 14 categories at a gala ceremony in Dubai – are

Conferences

Leaders in Construction UAE Summit returns in Sept 2019
Dubai conference to see top officials discuss the people, trends, and challenges that will power
Leaders Kuwait 2018: New Kuwait 2035 needs smart city-led contracts
Localisation and contract modernisation are essential for Kuwait's diversification strategy

Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 742
May 23, 2019