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 2000, 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.




  • 22Apr 2015

    Printed metal structural building elements at Bozar Centre of Fine Arts in Brussels

    The exhibition explores the added value of Additive Manufacturing, also called 3D Printing – a ground-breaking manufacturing technology likely to be critical in the next decades for the lives of individuals, our society and the environment.

  • 22Apr 2015

    Arup opens the doors for Girls’ Day

    Arup invites groups of school girls to spend a day in their offices in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main and Amsterdam.

  • 17Apr 2015

    Sander den Blanken appointed Group Leader of the Netherlands

    In his new role he will be responsible for the services to clients, the financial results and the welfare of 250 staff. He takes over the role of Paul Coughlan, who continues to be Chairman of the Europe Board of Arup.

  • 27Mar 2015

    Netherlands bridges to feature on stamps

    The stamps, which launch on 30 March, are part of a series of 10 stamps designed by Bockting designers. They form part of an initiative by PostNL developed in close collaboration with the Dutch Bridges Foundation. Each post-war bridge was selected based on its design and character.