Rambøll acquires US engineering firm with 900 employees

A major acquisition in the US will ensure Danish Rambøll's future growth within water, energy and environmental sectors in the country. Meanwhile, the engineering group teases more acquisitions.

Jens-Peter Saul, CEO of Rambøll (left) and Jim Fox, CEO of OBG (right) signing the deal. | Photo: PR

Danish engineering group Rambøll has acquired consulting engineering company OBG, writes Rambøll in a press release.

The purchase is a step towards ensuring Rambøll's future growth in the big country and strengthening the the Danish company's position within water, energy and environmental business.

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