Setun Hills Business Park. Credit: Arup.

Ambitious buildings

Close collaboration between teams to create a multi-purpose complex in south-east Moscow.

Setun Hills Business Park
Corinthia Nevsky Palace Hotel. Credit: Arup.

Comprehensive refurbishment

Impressive mixed development including hotel, office space and retail facilities in the heart of St Petersburg.

Corinthia Nevsky Palace Hotel
The Dunes Resort. Credit: LOCUM Consulting.

A challenging project

Development of a major coastal site into an elite golf-resort and country club.

The Dunes Resort

Arup has been working in Russia for more than 20 years, building a team of over 70 in our Moscow and St Petersburg offices. With an impressive delivery record making us the “engineers of choice” for many Russian and international clients, our projects range from the restoration of the magnificent Corinthia nevsky Palace Hotel in St Petersburg, to large, complex masterplans such as Skolkovo Innovation city and Rostov City, our integrated approach has sustainability at its heart.

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  • 01Jul 2014

    Participating at the Venice Biennale

    The exhibition is part of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition Fundamentals organised by curator Rem Koolhaas. It reconstructs the global history of each single element, from the roof to the façade or the escalators, by bringing together the ancient, past, current, and future versions of the most revealing and unknown elements used in architecture. 

  • 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.

  • 17Oct 2013

    Arup announces Chairman-Elect

    Gregory Hodkinson will become Global Chairman of the Arup Group from 1 April 2014 when the present Chairman completes his five-year term.

  • 25Apr 2013

    World’s first microalgae façade goes ‘live’

    The tiny green algae will play a huge role in determining the future potential of this technology, which aims to provide shade and a renewable fuel source for the experimental apartment.

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