The Hospital Klagenfurt Wörthersee is the third largest hospital in Austria with about 1,200 beds, 62,000 inpatients and 527,000 outpatient treatments each year. It’s located in the center of Klagenfurt and was ready for use in 2010.
The Vienna North Hospital is regarded as one of Europe's most modern hospitals and one of Austria’s largest construction projects.
The hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf is among Europe’s most modern clinics.
Vivantes – Netzwerk für Gesundheit GmbH (Network for Health GmbH) (Vivantes) is a hospital operator in Berlin.
For the new Cantonal Hospital building, Ramboll will be responsible for planning the logistics and automated transport systems that will enable the use of automated guided vehicles and pneumatic tube systems in the building.
The new center for children and youth at Haukeland hospital in Bergen will hold a high international standard, and create an inspiring and functional environment for both patients, relatives, employees and students.
The Örebro University Hospital will be expanded to increase its capacity and range of healthcare services provided. A brand new surgery ward and a facility for specialized care will be built. The project also includes the renovation and extension of the existing emergency room. Ramboll has received the prestigious task to be responsible for all mechanical engineering in the project.
Ramboll is part of the winning consortium to design and lead the construction of the largest hospital project in Northern Europe, The New University hospital in Aarhus. The project will stretch over the next 10-15 years, with the hospital site ending up the size of a provincial town - about 500,000 m2.
A completely new hospital, expected to be operational in 2020, will be built in the area of the Central Hospital of Central Finland in Kukkumäki, Jyväskylä. Most of the hospital premises will be dedicated to special healthcare and the rest to Jyväskylä's primary health care.
The New Karolinska Solna is one of the world’s biggest and most ambitious hospital projects. The hospital was completed in 2017 and offers highly qualified specialist care and a world-class research environment.
The upgrading of healthcare facilities in Sörmland, Sweden includes the refurbishment and extensions of hospitals in three cities.
This 220 bed hospital, consisting of two residential buildings for medical staff, a mosque, emergency helipad, air conditioned ambulance garage, an armoury, chemical storage facility and security gate house will be offering state of the art facilities in Sharjah. The hospital will cater for dignitaries by providing VIP medical suites. As well as providing medical services, the hospital will function as a cutting edge medical education facility, with an entire floor consisting of three lecture theatres, a library and associated offices, offering the very latest research and excellence in medical education.