Visit doggerel.arup.com. Credit James Ewing.

Innovation in the built environment

Arup’s online magazine in the Americas.

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Exterior of the Olver Transit Center. Credit Charles Rose Architects.

Projects that optimise energy

The first net zero energy transit centre in the United States.

John W. Olver Transit Center
Exterior of 250 W 55th Street. Credit Arup.

Projects that innovate

Creative structural design led to significant cost savings for this office tower.

250 West 55th Street
Exterior of the Newport Beach Civic Center and Park. Credit Arup.

Projects that inspire

New civic facility that creates a centre for the community.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park
Interior of the Judd Foundation. Credit James Ewing Photography.

Projects that stimulate

Restoration and preservation of a renowned artist’s live/work space in Soho.

Judd Foundation

Celebrating over 25 years in the Americas

Arup in the Americas has a diverse staff of over 1,000 people in 10 offices offering planning, engineering, and design services for high-performance buildings, consulting, and major infrastructure projects.

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  • 12Jan 2016

    New leadership named in the Americas Region

    The new management team aims to bring the world’s best ideas and advice to our clients in the Americas. By leveraging digital technologies to provide clients with efficient and inventive solutions, Howard will both drive the vision for the firm’s future and serve as a steward of Arup’s legacy.

  • 17Dec 2015

    Arup continues growth and improves performance

    The firm’s annual income rose to £1.13bn as a result of strong financial growth in the UK, Asia and America. The Group generated profits before taxation and profit sharing to staff of £96.7 million. As the firm has no external shareholders, the employee-owned business was able to distribute two thirds of this profit back to staff members.

  • 15Dec 2015

    Lake Mead Intake Tunnel awarded Global Tunnel Project of the Year

    We led the engineering design of the vital new intake tunnel for Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the United States, which provides water to Las Vegas residents. The deepest sub-aqueous tunnel in the world, the 4.6km-long, 6.8m-diameter tunnel boring machine tunnel at intake No. 3 will safeguard future water quality and supply amid declining lake levels and ensure that Lake Mead can provide water in case of severe drought.

  • 01Dec 2015

    Engineering News-Record 2015 Best Projects announced

    The ENR Regional Best Projects Awards, selected by juries of local industry professionals, celebrate extraordinary projects. Their winners span a wide range of categories from cultural to industrial, and encompass a diverse variety of projects from performing arts centres to healthcare and government buildings.

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