Exterior of the Olver Transit Center. Credit Charles Rose Architects.

Projects that Optimise Energy

The first net zero energy transit centre in the United States.

John W. Olver Transit Center
Exterior of 250 W 55th Street. Credit Arup.

Projects that Innovate

Creative structural design led to significant cost savings for this office tower.

250 West 55th Street
Exterior of the Newport Beach Civic Center and Park. Credit Arup.

Projects that Inspire

New civic facility that creates a centre for the community.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park
Interior of the Judd Foundation. Credit James Ewing Photography.

Projects that Stimulate

Restoration and preservation of a renowned artist’s live/work space in Soho.

Judd Foundation

Celebrating over 25 years in the Americas

Arup in the Americas has a diverse staff of over 1,000 people in 10 offices offering planning, engineering, and design services for high-performance buildings, consulting, and major infrastructure projects.




  • 26Aug 2015

    Fortune’s first “Change the World” list features Arup

    Fortune has compiled a list of 51 global companies that have affected major social or environmental concerns in a positive way by integrating them into their competitive strategy. Ranked alongside some of the world’s best known corporations, Arup is the only firm included from the architecture, engineering, and construction industry.

  • 09Jul 2015

    The Cornell Tech Bloomberg Center commences construction

    Arup recently celebrated the commencement of construction for the 150,000ft2 Bloomberg Center, the first academic building on the Cornell Tech campus, designed to achieve net-zero energy and LEED Platinum certification. The ceremony on 16 June 2015 was attended by the present and past mayors of New York City, representatives from New York State, and Cornell University and its development partners including Morphosis Architects, Arup, and site master plan architects Skidmore Owings and Merrill.

  • 08Jul 2015

    “Shaw Town” offers a reimagined and reminiscent performance venue

    Ragdale, one of the largest nonprofit artists’ communities in the country, launched an international competition to redesign and reconstruct the Ragdale Ring performance venue, originally designed by Howard Van Doren Shaw in 1912. “Shaw Town,” Design With Company’s winning concept, references specific architectural features from Shaw’s original buildings in the Chicago area — such as the rooftops of Market Square in Lake Forest (1916) and the Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago (1920) — and repurposes them using contemporary materials into a performance space with audience-friendly pillows.

  • 01Jul 2015

    New research shows how city governments are changing the world

    The report that demonstrates cities are taking substantial steps on climate action by collaborating and leveraging partnerships with each other, but also with the private sector and civil society.