1924: C.F. Møller founds his architectural practice in Copenhagen. The first design project is for Lejre Rectory, Sealand
1928-42: C.F. Møller forms a partnership with the architect Prof. Kay Fisker
1930: First prize in competition for Aarhus Municipal Hospital
1931: First prize in competition for Aarhus University
1932: C.F. Møller and Kay Fisker establish an office in Aarhus
1942: Partnership between C.F. Møller and Kay Fisker dissolved
1946-48: Collaboration with the architect Gunnar Krohn
1947: First prize in competition for Aarhus Sports Centre
1953-68: C.F. Møller appointed Royal Inspector of Listed State Buildings
1965-68: C.F. Møller appointed rector of the Aarhus School of Architecture
1966: Partnership formed with long-time staff members David Birnbaum, Jørn Bisgaard, Henning Jensen and Poul Zacho Rath.
1969: C.F. Møller's son, Mads Møller, joins the partnership
1972: The practice is awarded major hospital commissions for Vejle County. Branch office established in Vejle
1981: The practice wins the competition for Roskilde County Hospital, Køge. Branch office re-established in Copenhagen
1983-98: Branch office established in Herning
1986: First prize in the international competition "A flexible theatre in Europe"
1987-96: Branch office established in Aabenraa
1987: Morten Erichsen and C.F. Møller's grandson, Tom Danielsen, join the partnership
1989: C.F. Møller is awarded the "Arosia" business prize
1989-91: Branch office established in Roskilde
1990: C.F. Møller takes over Jacob Blegvad Arkitektkontor in Aalborg
1990-95: C.F. Møller takes over the London branch of Jacob Blegvad Arkitektkontor
1991: Anna Maria Indrio and Lars Kirkegaard join the partnership
1991: Branch office established in Copenhagen
1991: C.F. Møller receives the Masonry Award architectural prize
1993: First prize in the competition for an extension to the Danish national gallery, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
1994: First prize in the competition to design the TGS technology and research centre in Berlin. Branch office established in Berlin (closes 2003)
1995: First prize in the international architectural competition for Bislett Stadium, Oslo
1995-03: Branch office established in Berlin
1996: Branch office established in Oslo
1997: Klavs Hyttel, Lone Wiggers and Henrik Stæhr join the partnership
1999: C.F. Møller Architects awarded the Architecture Prize of the Copenhagen Masons' Guild
2000: First prize in the international architectural competition for Akershus University Hospital, Oslo
2000: Landscape department established
2001: The practice wins the competition for the Darwin Centre Phase Two: an extension of the Natural History Museum, London. Branch office established in London
2001: Design department established
2004: Klaus Toustrup joins the partnership
2005: First prize in architectural competition for the A.P. Møller School in Schleswig, Germany
2006: C.F. Møller Architects becomes a limited company on 1 January
2006: Jon Brøcker appointed as head of Design department
2006: The practice is awarded the Nykredit Architecture Prize
2006: C.F. Møller Architects establishes limited companies in Sweden and Iceland
2007: Julian Weyer joins the partnership
2007: C.F. Møller Architects takes over Berg Arkitektkontor, Stockholm
2007: C.F. Møller Architects/DNU consortium wins competition for the New University Hospital in Aarhus
2008: Mads Mandrup joins the partnership
2008: C.F. Møller Architects takes over Vibeke Rønnow Landskabsarkitekter
2009: The practice achieves Danish Standards ISO 14001 environmental certification
2010: First prize in international architectural competition for the extension of the Panum complex, University of Copenhagen
2010: First prize in international architectural competition for a new Danish State Prison in Falster
2011: First prize in architectural competition for a new, modern Biomedicum research centre for Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
2011: Susanne T. Nielsen takes over as CEO on 1 August 2011 > 2013
2012: Inauguration of the 2012 London Olympics' Athletes Village
2012: C.F. Møller UK awarded The Danish Export Association's Diploma & HRH Prince Henrik's Medal of Honour
2013: First prize in international architectural competition for new Køge University Hospital
2013: Klaus Toustrup takes over as CEO on 11 December 2013
2013: Winner of the “Energy, Climate and Environmental Park, Hillerød” competition.
2014: Inauguration of Akershus University Hospital, emergency department, Oslo.
2014: Winner of the Vendsyssel Hospital competition.
2015: The Danish Architecture Centre exhibits 100 building projects that have contributed to the creation of Danish architecture's world-class image. C.F. Møller Architects has 8 buildings represented.
2015: C.F. Møller's Swedish national arena, Friends Arena, Stockholm, receives the IOC/IAKS Award. The sporting world’s biggest architectural award.
2016: Six new associate partners: Ola Jonsson (Stockholm), Rolf Nielsen (London), Thue Borgen Hasløv (Copenhagen), Franz C.A. Ødum (Copenhagen), Lasse Vilstrup Palm (Aarhus) and Rune Bjerno Nielsen (Aarhus).
2016: Michael Kruse, Christian Dahle and Mårten Leringe become partners in C.F. Møller.
2016: Peter Sikker Rasmussen is appointed Head of Communications at C.F. Møller.
2017: The Maersk Tower, Copenhagen, is inaugurated by Queen Margrethe.
2017: Inauguration of the DNU Emergency Centre at Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark's first “super-hospital”.
2017: Christina Riddersholm starts in the position of Head of HR on 24 October.
2017: Inauguration of Copenhagen International School in Nordhavn.
2017: Head Counsel Lone Bendorff Farrell joins the Executive Board as COO.
2018: First prize in the international competition for a new domicile for the Icelandic bank Landsbankinn.
2018: First prize in the international competition for a new hospital in Tammerfors, Finland.
2018: First prize in the international competition for new train station in Altona, Hamburg.
2019: Lone Bendorff joins the partnership and is appointed CEO on 1 January