Photo of a bridge that's part of Montreal autoroute 30

Improving access

Multidisciplinary design for a public-private partnership project designed to alleviate traffic congestion.

Montreal Autoroute 30
Toronto Waterfront Street

Transforming urban areas

Engineering and planning to transform 2,000 acres of urban waterfront into a vital public amenity.

Toronto Waterfront
External view of Pearson airport building

New terminal

Innovative multidisciplinary design for Canada’s largest airport.

Pearson International Airport
External view of Toronto York Spadina subway extension

Iconic stations

Sustainable station design for an 8.6km subway line extension.

Subway extension

Arup has had an established presence in Canada for almost 15 years, with more than 100 people working in offices in Toronto and Montreal. We have worked on planning, transportation, and major infrastructure projects across Canada and beyond. With our recent expansion into building engineering, our fast-growing offices now also offer a full suite of structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering services.

We are proud of our developing roster of ambitious, successful projects that are making a difference in local communities.




  • 31Mar 2014

    Montreal invests in new office

    "Montreal is an important city, and Arup is excited to be a part of it. This reinforces our presence in Montreal and enables us to enhance our support our local clients. Drawing upon skilled professionals within the province, we also have the ability to seek input from a wealth of international staff when needed. This multi-layered approach allows us to provide the highest quality services to clients in multiple market sectors, and in an integrated manner."

  • 20Mar 2014

    Prime consultant for new Calgary Cancer Centre

    The new cancer centre will provide people living in Calgary and southern Alberta with better access to leading edge cancer care. As the prime consultant for the technical advisory team, Arup will provide expertise on all disciplines of engineering, masterplanning, architecture, traffic and transport, IT, medical equipment, and technical specialties. The project will include a new outpatient facility, an inpatient facility, research space, a bone marrow transplant unit and advanced diagnostics and treatment incorporating radiation therapy. Construction of the 80 - 90,000m2 facility is anticipated to commence early in 2016.

  • 19Mar 2014

    Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks debuts

    The sculpture, “Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks,” is a collaboration of artists Janet Echelman of Studio Echelman, and Aaron Koblin, creative director of Google’s Data Arts Team. Arup is the engineering designer for the 23,000ft2 interactive pre-stressed net sculpture debuting at the 30th Anniversary TED conference in Vancouver, BC. The sculpture spans 745ft between the roof of the 24-story Fairmont Hotel and the new Vancouver Convention Centre West across the waterfront. It is believed to be the largest pre-stressed rope structure in the world.

  • 10Feb 2014

    Dan Saville joins Toronto

    Dan Saville has transferred to our Toronto office as a principal. Dan will guide the infrastructure and site development practice in Toronto, and will be responsible for the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects throughout Canada.