Contact Mike Mittendorfer
Mike Mittendorfer joined Ramboll in 2007 as an Associate for the Structures Group in the UK.
Mike’s energy, enthusiasm and professionalism are qualities greatly valued by his clients, resulting in the vast majority of Mike’s projects coming from repeat work.
Throughout his nine year career at Ramboll he has worked on some of London’s most prized assets including phase 2 of the £800m extension to BBC’s headquarters in Portland Place, a highly constrained site, just 5m above underground lines and Temperate House, where our work continues in the restoration of the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world.
Mike’s 30 years’ experience extends new build, refurbishment and historic projects within the education, commercial, residential, industrial sectors, mixed-use and public sector (museums, galleries, parks and palaces).
One Southampton Row
This six-storey steel frame development is located in a central London conservation area. The idea was to improve the building's potential as a commercial site while observing local authority building guidelines — the 19th century sections of the masonry façade remain intact...
BBC W1 project
The BBC has developed a new broadcasting complex consisting of two new, linked buildings and a refurbished Broadcasting House. The project has been constructed in two phases...
Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi is the World’s only Ferrari theme park. Sixty of our engineers worked on the four-year project and were involved in every aspect of the park's unique design from concept to completion.
Designed to provide 30,000 sq m of floor space, at the time of construction this six-storey steel-composite structure was the largest speculative office development to be undertaken in London's West End in a decade.
Six of our departments worked with the architect Squire and Partners to develop the design, necessitating rigorous project co-ordination. The results speak for themselves: the building was delivered 15% below budget and two months in advance of the original programme.
Site challenges included the close proximity of London Underground tunnels and re-use of existing pile foundations, both of which required detailed analysis and strategy.
We used 15m spans to provide the necessary column-free space for a fully flexible, open plan interior. The stee ...
Okhta Centre Tower
Part of a broader urban regeneration project aimed at reclaiming the city's stature as a major European centre for culture and commerce, this HQ building is to be the tallest building in St Petersburg.
The competition-winning design is for a glass-clad tower with a distinctive twisted profile that tapers to a rounded point — evoking the contour of a gas flame. Inspired by the pentagonal plan of an ancient Scandinavian fort believed to have once occupied the site, the tower consists of a central concrete core ringed by five square interlocking floorplates. The floorplates spin on their axes as they ascend, giving the building its twisted effect. A 'cog mechanism' — whereby the five floorplates interlock — ensures the tower's stability. Steel beams link the core to the external co ...