8 Chifley reflected in the opposite building

Innovative and sustainable design

Australia’s first Richard Rogers building, 8 Chifley, is one of Sydney’s greenest buildings.

8 Chifley
Airport Link at dusk ©Ashley Roach

City shaping infrastructure

Ground-breaking on so many levels, this project delivers an economic and social legacy for the broader Brisbane community.

Brisbane Airport Link
Aerial view of Webb Dock

Growth to meet demand

As Australia‘s largest container and general cargo port, the Port of Melbourne is of great importance to the Victorian and national economy.

Port of Melbourne Webb Dock Redevelopment
Communal green area ©Angus Martin

Sustainability showcase

Australia’s greenest educational building and the first carbon neutral building in Australia.

Global Change Institute

Smart ideas with a social purpose

Arup came to Australia in 1963 to undertake the structural design of the Sydney Opera House and we now work from seven offices across four key areas of influence: cities, connectivity, health, resources. Our desire to shape a better world ensures our clients receive smart design ideas with a social purpose, which will have a positive influence for current and future generations. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history of our region, and Arup's Indigenous Employment Strategy (PDF, 3MB) articulates our actions to broaden employment opportunities for Indigenous Australians into, and within, the firm.




  • 11Sep 2014

    Recognition at Victorian Engineering Excellence Awards

    Announced in Melbourne on 9 September, the Yarra Park Water Recycling Facility received the highest prize, the President’s Award.

  • 11Sep 2014

    Arup expertise brings new life to heritage Macquarie Group headquarters

    The redeveloped landmark now features expansive and engaging environments, contemporary workplace facilities and, as Australia’s largest heritage building to attain the 6 Star rating from Green Star, world-class sustainability. Importantly, this was achieved with minimal impact upon the heritage quality of the building.

  • 08Sep 2014

    Dr Ryan Falconer wins CILTA’s 2014 Young Professional of the Year Award

    Dr Falconer, a Senior Transport Planner in Perth, was recognised for his significant achievements and contributions as a young professional to both Arup and the transport and logistics industry with the prestigious Young Professional Award.

  • 03Sep 2014

    The Homebush Bay Bridge breaks ground

    The AU$43m bridge will cater for pedestrian and cycle traffic, public buses and emergency services, with a future provision for light rail. It will also provide residents of Wentworth Point with access to Rhodes railway station – shortening the distance from 7km to 1km.



  • Front cover of @4 magazine, issue 6.  Credit: Arup


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