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Arup Apr 18
Our work on buildings has earned us 5 accolades at this year’s annual awards in , China – not to mention an additional 17 Awards of Excellence. Here’s more on the winning projects:
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Arup Apr 18
is launching a Science Gateway in Geneva designed to inspire young people. Discover how we’re supporting the project with our structural and lighting expertise:
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Arup Apr 17
With only 100 days to go until the start of the Pan and Parapan American Games, hear from our Host Cities experts, who are working to deliver legacy venues for future generations:
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Arup Apr 17
Extending wasn’t possible at street level. Our design and build solution? Digging a five-storey basement while keeping the operational:
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Arup Apr 16
Our founder Sir Ove Arup’s philosophy revolutionised the way is practised – and today we’re marking the 124th anniversary of his birth.
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Arup Australasia Apr 15
We are proud to have been appointed as Technical Advisor to Major Road Projects Victoria to provide extensive and support on road, highway and freeway projects for the next three years.
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Arup UKIMEA Apr 12
Flexibility is key for investing in infrastructure, and Teddy Spasova have spoken to about how can manage the challenge of timing and demand risk. Read more in their fascinating report:
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Arup Americas Apr 15
Today, moved to its new office in ! We're thrilled to be in the heart of Los Angeles and look forward to working on even more iconic projects across the city. Learn more about our new location and visit us soon
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Arup Apr 16
Designing a world class concert hall is a mix of science and art. Tateo Nakajima offers the an insight into our work on the in Poland:
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Arup Apr 15
Assessing the risk profile of Milan’s new M4 metro line required commercial know-how and engineering expertise. Our team was happy to assist.
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Arup Apr 15
buildings have typically been low-rise – but Andrew Lawrence believes the greatest potential could be for taller buildings. Download our report for more:
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Arup Apr 12
Faster delivery, less waste and improved environmental performance: discover the many benefits of .
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Arup Apr 12
Our worked with the architects at to take Camp Adventure Forest Tower, the stunning new spiral structure in Haslev, Denmark, from through to delivery. Here’s how we did it:
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Arup Apr 11
Cities face complex challenges, from growing congestion to uncertain travel times and rising air pollution. We explore how can help:
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Arup Apr 11
11 cities, 9 countries, 9 weeks – our Senior Transport Engineer Zoe Eather is on a mission to discover how technology can improve accessibility in cities as part of the programme.
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Arup Apr 10
Based on a traditional Chinese wood block puzzle, our for the Taipei Performing Arts Centre – developed with OMA Architects – features three theatres that plug into a central cube:
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Arup Apr 10
Solid infrastructure. Lower power costs. High internet connectivity and penetration rates – our work on IXcellerate’s Moscow One highlights why Russia is becoming a go-to location for hosting facilities:
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Arup Apr 9
Using to encourage conservation: we worked with , , and to turn David Attenborough’s series into
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Arup Apr 9
Eight-time Olympic gold medallist visited Lima’s new athletics stadium, where our venue team have been heavily involved in the VIDENA sports complex ahead of the :
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Arup Apr 8
London’s plan to cut down carbon emissions meant it was time to update its famous black cabs. Our specialist engineers helped make the new version safe and comfortable for passengers for years to come. Find out more in our 2018 Annual Report:
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