Metropol Parasol in Seville, image credit: Hufton Crow

Integrated design

A network of timber beams shading the Plaza de la Encarnacion in Seville, that form one of the largest timber structures ever built.

Metropol Parasol
Interior view of La Alhóndiga Cultural Centre

A complete refurbishment

Transforming a former warehouse into a 68,000m² cultural and leisure centre.

La Alhóndiga Cultural Centre
Exterior view of the Palmas Altas Campus

Fully sustainable approach

The largest commercial technological development in southern Spain.

Palmas Altas Campus
Photo of the Zaragoza Expo Pavilion Bridge

Multifunctional bridge

Hadid's sweeping design complements the event theme of 'Water and Sustainable Development' for 2008 Expo.

Zaragoza Expo Pavilion Bridge

Arup opened its first office in Spain in 1994 and now employs more than 120 engineers, consultants and qualified staff. We work with clients in both the public and private sectors, delivering creative and sustainable solutions based on efficient use of resources. Our multidisciplinary teams follow a global vision adapted to local needs and regulations.

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  • 25Jun 2015

    AS Roma unveils its new state-of-the-art football stadium

    Located at Tor di Valle, at the southwest of the historic City Center of Rome, Stadio della Roma will be Italy’s premier state-of-art football stadium; incorporating the industry’s most sophisticated spectator technologies, security and fan amenities. The stadium will be a 52,500 seat modern Colosseum with the ability to expand to 60,000 seats to host international competitions and major entertainment events. It will also serve as the anchor to a larger, mixed-use development that will include a first-team training facility and retail “Roma Village”.

  • 30Jan 2015

    Major renewal of the north of Madrid begins

    The performance area is currently occupied by large transport and hydraulic systems and obsolete industrial floors. Thanks to this regeneration, the project will create new infrastructure and services, strengthen the existing communities, include more than 566,000m2 of green spaces and a new major business area in the city. The development and its subsequent implementation is expected to create 122,000 jobs.

  • 09Dec 2014

    Innovation on the Qatar Foundation Stadium

    The stadium is part of the Health and Wellness Precinct, within Qatar Foundation Education City and is conceived as a proposed host venue for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ and one of the principal sports complexes in Qatar. Additionally the Health & Wellness Precinct includes an indoor aquatic centre with two Olympic size pools and a diving pool, a multipurpose sports pavilion housing an indoor athletics track and tennis academy, plus external training fields.

  • 19Nov 2014

    UK cities spend £23 million annually on IT

    'Delivering the Smart City’, produced by Arup and UCL (University College London) on behalf of the Smart City Expo World Congress, analyses the spending patterns of eight major UK cities to gain an understanding of how much money cities are paying for technology, as well as considering whether this expenditure is ‘smart’.

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