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Created with input from clients, collaborators and our own teams, the roadmap provides a common framework for research at Arup.
In 1970 Arup’s founder – Ove Arup – made a speech articulating his vision for the firm and principles for its operation. They guide Arup today.
Cities Alive addresses global issues such as climate change, urban population growth, resource scarcity and risk of urban flooding.
In the Design Book: 50 city stories explored we examine ideas that are shaping great urban places worldwide.
This issue of The Arup Journal features the awe-inspiring and award-winning Singapore Sports Hub as its cover star.
The Future of Rail 2050 is a thought piece created by Arup Rail and Foresight + Research + Innovation, with input from contributors from across the world.
This issue of A2 discusses strategic business issues through expert thought pieces from industry leaders and our own specialists.
Our newest issue of The Arup Journal details some of our most innovative projects around the world.
The Arup Journal includes varied transportation-related projects such as two contrasting zero-energy buildings in Hong Kong and the USA, and a new entertainment venue in the UK.
Since 1966 The Arup Journal has presented the best of Arup's work and thinking in the firm's constantly developing areas of expertise.
This special issue features our work on the King’s Cross Station redevelopment and on tall buildings across the city.
A Marina Bay Sands special issue featuring our work on this prestigious Singapore waterfront resort, which includes three 55-storey hotels.
The best of Arup’s work and thinking, including our design for Princeton University’s new Frick Chemistry Laboratory.
An in-depth look at oceans as drivers of change plus some of our groundbreaking projects around the world.
This issue of The Arup Journal features four diverse and challenging projects in Melbourne, Shanghai and London.
Special issue on design for human performance – how people interact with the built environment and what this means for designers.
A closer look at challenging projects, including an urban park in Korea and the complex St Pancras Thameslink station in London.
Featuring Ove Arup’s thoughts on bridge design, highlighting diversity and profiling our work in Northern Ireland and Japan.
A special edition focusing on our sports architecture and engineering work for the Beijing National Stadium, the ‘Bird’s Nest’.
Insight into diverse topics including waste as a driver of change and damped outriggers for tall buildings.
Arup Design Book, 50 design questions answered, provides a glimpse of the thinking behind, and transformative effect of smart design.
Illustrating a diverse range of projects from 2011 that together show how design can shape a better world.
Sharing projects where agile design has helped us achieve success for our clients, partners and end users.
A taste of some of the rich and diverse design work we created for our clients in 2009.
An insight into a selection of projects, illustrating how we combine creativity, innovation and technical excellence.
A glimpse into our creative world and the relationships that fuel expression, response and innovation – producing highly effective results.
Exploring the latest creative thinking from Arup – ranging from the latest in airport design to using buildings as teaching tools.
Collaboration is the driving force underpinning everything we do at Arup, and this issue of @4 investigates the opportunities and rewards that offers our staff, clients, and the wider community.
In this issue though, we consider ideas and projects on a different scale — both time and size.
This issue of A2 examines how evolving technology and innovation is altering the ways we design.
In this edition of @4, we investigate how technology can help us manage water resources, how data can be used to enhance all areas of our lives and a look at some of our latest ground-breaking projects.
In this issue we ask how we can manage our 800,000km road network more efficiently, dispel the myths surrounding driverless trains, as well as look at what our responsibilities are to push the boundaries of what is possible.
Inside this issue of @4 we look at how we can refine what we know already works to adapt better to new challenges and opportunities.
Inside this issue of @4 we look at some of the aspects of Australia’s transport needs.
This issue of A2 discusses strategic business issues through expert thought pieces from industry leaders, and our own specialists.
Arup's business magazine A2 looks at strategic business issues through expert thought pieces from industry leaders, clients, partners and our own specialists.
In a London special, A2 investigates the challenges facing major cities and the smart solutions that could address them.
A special water issue highlighting risks and opportunities associated with this vital resource, and the organisations responding to the challenge.
This issue of A2 focuses on how information can unlock efficiencies in everything from medical research to smart cities.
The policies, infrastructure and opportunities changing the way we think about energy. Contributors include National Grid chief executive Steve Holliday.
Cities Alive workshop cards communicate 100 issues that cities will face in the future.
Resilience is now recognised as a critical agenda for urban development. These tools provide cities with a comprehensive, accessible and technically robust basis for assessing and measuring resilience at a city scale that is globally applicable.
This report investigates the use of digital technologies for citizen engagement in climate action, aiming to understand how cities are using digital platforms, social media, open data, crowdsourcing and other engagement tools to create truly participative solutions and unlock climate action.
Climate Action in Megacities (CAM 3.0) looks at how the world’s greatest cities are forging a pathway to low carbon and climate resilient development, recognising climate risks and taking more action on climate adaptation, as well as mitigation.
‘Arup in Cities’ provides clients and collaborators with a pathway into Arup’s wealth of integrated skills and knowledge related to cities.
The Australian Water Association and Arup surveyed Australians nation-wide to understand consumers’ views about water in and produced the 2015 Water Consumer Outlook.
‘Shaping ageing cities’ is a comparative overview of the performance of 10 European cities, according to ageing data.
Arup is collaborating with C40 to develop a classification of city-specific climate hazards to help cities reduce their climate risk.
Resilient Urban Mobility is the second in a series produced by Arup and Siemens addressing resilient infrastructure in cities.
Our water team share their activities and insights for 2014/15 in an interactive PDF download.
This report brings to light significant trends that will influence the future of public, academic and corporate libraries and outlines the implications on their design, operation and user experience.
This report explores the complex interplay between the power that city governments hold, the governance and decision making structure in which they operate, and the actions they are able to take to address climate change.
Our Research Review summarises our research projects and is available as an interactive PDF document.
This report explores the future of the factory from three different angles: people, production and space.
Shifting current thinking and design and fabrication practice to improve resource efficiency will be central to delivering a circular economy. The built environment has an important role to play, and building façades represent an interesting opportunity within this.
The 2014 Annual Report highlights the firm’s financial performance and key projects for the year.
The 2013 Corporate Report highlights the firm’s financial performance and key projects over the year.
The directors present their report together with the financial statements of Arup Group Limited for the year ended 31 March 2013.
An insight into our work, this report shares our commitment to shaping a better world and details the highlights of 2012.
Directors’ report and financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2012, approved by our board on 18 October 2012.
This snapshot of our financial and sustainability performance also highlights some of our work around the world in 2011.
A review of Arup’s financial and sustainability performance in 2010 – a period of turbulence amid the global financial crisis.
Highlighting our approach to research and latest world-class research work, with topics including timber construction, geothermal piles and digital infrastructure.
Despite the global recession, our performance was strong in 2009 and we made a real difference to communities and clients.
Our turnover has grown for the seventh consecutive year, our profits are consistent and our balance sheet is strong.
Exploring the theme of thinking, this report demonstrates some of our key achievements and the value we’ve created for clients.
In 2008 we grew revenue by 27% and were proud to see our work on show at the Beijing Olympics.
Profiling our team, our approach, and the world-class research we’ve completed with collaborators – from pedestrian planning to water quality modelling.
Building Design 2020 collates, analyses and communicates insights gathered via a variety of engagements across building and construction stakeholders.
Looking back at how our Spanish office has contributed to some of the most innovative and influential projects that have been carried out in Spain over the last 20 years and forward reflection on the upcoming concerns and trends for the future.
Out of the Blue is a new publication, which was launched to the public on Monday 14 April; a knowledge catalyst to stimulate thinking around new ideas on water, social and natural capital.
An indispensible guide to help engineers reduce the risks posed to building occupants and businesses by terrorist and other explosions.
Celebrating our work, and that of our clients and collaborators, on the 2008 Olympics’ stunning venues and comprehensive infrastructure.
This companion to Jo da Silva’s ICE Brunel International Lecture discusses how engineers can create safe, sustainable and resilient communities.
This companion document to David Singleton’s ICE Brunel International Lecture sets out how engineers can collaborate to alleviate poverty.
Bringing together Arup director Peter Head’s landmark lectures on sustainability at the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Our offshore decommissioning capability covers a range of services from project management through to structural integrity. This brochure looks at our skills and previous projects.
This brochure shows how Arup’s technical, financial, business planning and project management support helps clients realise viable offshore wind schemes.
We have extensive experience across all technical, financial and commercial aspects of solar energy projects at each project stage.
This publication shows how designing inclusively ensures that buildings and landscapes are accessible for all users and maximises independence for disabled people.
This brochure outlines Arup’s range of industrial engineering competencies and technical skills.
Increased urbanisation and population growth in cities, driving down energy costs, improving safety, finding more sustainable methods of travelling and a desire for better integration of transport modes, are some of the challenges which city authorities face when developing their transport policies.
This brochure outlines Arup’s range of Digital services for the water sector.
This brochure outlines Arup's planning, technology and operational services for major events and venues.
With a reputation for embracing today’s challenges and complex issues, including energy, environmental excellence and long-term sustainability, we deliver complex masterplans and strategies for diverse, high profile projects across a wide variety of markets.
Dealing with cyber security demands a multi-disciplinary approach with people, process, and technology all working together to form multiple security layers.
Museums and galleries consume significant amounts of energy to maintain an internal environment to protect and preserve their collections.
The UKMEA Year in Perspective Report 2014/15 showcases the work we have undertaken in delivering creative, sustainable solutions in the past year.
Our five minute guide highlights a source of renewable energy in the form of a rooftop PV system which is mounted onto the roof or integrated into the façade of a building
Our five minute guide outlines the different types of electricity storage technologies, the advantages/disadvantages of each and how the available technologies can be applied.
If you want to achieve cost-effective increased self-sufficiency and your project is complex with multiple energy demands, then a microgrid could be appropriate.