The new roof at Kings Cross Station London

Dynamic transport interchanges

Restoration and redevelopment of an iconic London Station integrating a modern station into a Grade I-listed structure.

Kings Cross Station

Arup was founded in London by Ove Arup in 1946. Now with 14 offices in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, our project work spans building design, infrastructure, environmental and management consulting projects of all sizes – from High Speed 1 to Pocket Habitats.

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  • 23Apr 2014

    New report highlights Crossrail development opportunities

    The new report, Crossrail as Catalyst, has been commissioned by the capital’s leading regeneration and housing network, Future of London. Co-sponsored by Arup, GVA and London Communications Agency, this 5-month project looked at UK and overseas rail-and-regeneration examples, involved two Arup-hosted research seminars and more than 25 stakeholder interviews, as well as in-depth studies of six very different stations along the route.

  • 17Apr 2014

    Shaping the future of transport and travel in Guildford

    Central to the study is a new 'sustainable movement corridor' for Guildford. This is both an accessible pathway through the town for pedestrians and cyclists and a priority public transport route for fast and direct connections between key locations.

  • 16Apr 2014

    New global lead for strategic aviation security team

    Based in the Australian city of Canberra, Stacey will work with our Global Resilience, Security and Risk and Aviation Groups on global aviation projects, including those in Australasia, UK, Middle East and Africa. Stacey will use her background in government policy, risk management, regulation and operations to add value to Arup’s holistic approach to delivering aviation solutions.  

  • 09Apr 2014

    Building the Sydney Opera House exhibition

    The exhibition includes photography, historical drawings and models.  It will display detail from the evolution of the Opera House design; a project which took nearly 16 years to complete from Danish architect Jørn Utzon winning the 1957 competition to its opening in 1973.  

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