Extensions in 2014: Ramboll

More extensions in 2014: Ramboll with 1,300 sqm, through ESOP

Ramboll company has extended its leased area in the Phenicia BC building, in the Unirii-Alba Iulia area, in the Capital, to 1,300 sq m, the transaction being carried out through ESOP.

“In Bucharest, last year the expansions in existing offices increased in volume, but also in weight: they totaled a total area of ​​19,601 sqm, 5% more than in the previous year, and as a share, they represented almost a fifth of the total area of offices that have been the subject of renewal contracts. This means that, on average, for each renewed agreement, space has increased by 20% in the area. 2014 also announces a good year for expansions in existing offices, only in the first quarter being registered a total area of ​​7,369 sqm, which represents 12% of overall trading activity, double the share recorded for 2013 “, says Alexandru Petrescu, Managing Partner at ESOP Consulting l CORFAC International.

Phenicia Business Center Building

Phenicia BC is located in the Unirii-Alba Iulia area and is a new construction with eight floors and high-quality finishes. Phenicia BC has a total leasable area of ​​13,000 square meters, being equipped with four elevators, data-voice cabling, a high-performance air conditioning system, and has permanent security and protection. As facilities, the complex of which the office building is part has a maintenance clinic, bistro, and aparthotel nearby.

About Ramboll in Romania

After a 12-year experience in project management in Romania, Ramboll Group decided, in 2005, to set up a permanent representation structure – Ramboll Romania. The rapid development of Ramboll Romania has strengthened the trend of consolidation and internationalization in the consulting sector adopted at the level of Ramboll Group.

At the beginning of this year, the Ramboll Group acquired Blom Romania, specializing in geospatial engineering, cadastre, field measurements, digital mapping, photogrammetry, and urban planning services. Through this acquisition, Ramboll South East Europe was created, with 100 permanent employees in Romania, which, among other services, offers environmental consulting for six large utility companies in Hunedoara, Brasov, Oradea, Constanta, Arad, and Dolj.

The two companies will merge in 2014. After the unification, Ramboll will position itself among the essential consultants in the field of hydraulic and environmental engineering in Romania.

Internationally, Ramboll Group offers complex consulting through the development of environmental and water engineering activities, management, and IT. It has approximately 10,000 employees, located in over 200 offices in 21 countries.


Maria Neda

PR & Media Coordinator, PR & Media Consultant, with background as a journalist in the economic press and experience as a consultant in Urban Development.

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