Rijksmuseum, gallery of honour. © John Lewis Marshall

Renovation of national museum

Building services and lighting design integrated in the architecture.

Resonanz, detail. ©Arup

Creating an immersive landscape

Highlighting identity by infusing light, sound and shadow.

NIOO, exterior view. Credit: Sebastian van Damme

Sustainable concrete

Structural design for Netherlands Institute of Ecology

Ecobridge. ©Ineke Key

Cable stayed bridge as wildcrossing

Enhancing the diversity of fauna.

Exterior view Stedelijk Museum. ©John Lewis Marshall

Hovering superstructure

Renovation and extension of the largest modern art museum in the Netherlands.

Stedelijk Museum

Established in Amsterdam in 2001, Arup in the Netherlands comprises recognised consultants in all aspects of building and infrastructure design. With access to Arup’s specialist networks around the world, the team in Amsterdam is able to bring global expertise to local projects, as well as to consult on international iconic projects.



  • 20Mar 2014

    Arup wins RealGreen Services Provider of the Year 2014 at MIPIM

    The CEEQA Awards (Central Eastern European Real Estate Quality Awards) are organised each year in association with the Financial Times to recognise business excellence in green building and CRE investment across 18 countries in New Europe.

  • 27Jan 2014

    Topping out Arnhem Station

    ProRail, the Municipality of Arnhem and NS (Dutch Railways) are developing the station area. We have been working together with architectural practice UNStudio since the masterplanning phase to help develop the design of the terminal and the station area.

  • 23Jan 2014

    Arup advisor of Museum De Lakenhal

    Renovation and extension of Museum De Lakenhal is essential in order to strengthen its position of leading art museum in Leiden. The grandeur of the monument 'Laecken-Halle', built in 1641, will be restored. After redevelopment the Lakenhal will be expecting an approximate 70,000 visitors annually.

  • 17Jan 2014

    Lead consultant for new Roskilde Fjord Link

    The infrastructural project includes 6.6km dual carriageway and a 1.4km tolled high-bridge. Intended to decrease congestion in the city of Frederikssund, where there is currently only a fixed crossing over the fjord, the new link will act as a by-pass to the south of Frederikssund.