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 15 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.




  • 19Mar 2015

    Derby Arena opens

    The Arena houses the first new-build velodrome constructed in England since the 2012 Olympics, as well as facilities for community sport and fitness activities – including a 12 badminton court size sports hall and a gym.

  • 16Mar 2015

    'World Class' project team assembled for Old Oak Park

    The 47 acre site in Old Oak Common, London, houses the world’s largest car dealership, Cargiant. The development of Old Oak Park is seen as a key step to unlocking the potential of Old Oak Common which Cargiant and London & Regional Properties are helping to realise.

  • 10Mar 2015

    New BIM Maturity Measure model launches

    Arup developed the tool to assess the use of BIM across its different projects around the world and realise a common view of BIM best practice. By making the tool freely available for wider industry use, Arup hopes to demystify BIM, drive awareness of what BIM best practise looks like and help raise capability across design and engineering disciplines.

  • 10Mar 2015

    New report shines a light on the 24 hour city

    This forward-thinking study, undertaken by Arup’s Foresight + Research + Innovation and Lighting Design teams, positions citizens at the heart of night-time lighting design in order to create intelligent environments that adapt and react to enable 24 hour cities. It analyses existing research and trends in urban lighting design to show how rapidly growing populations, expanding cities and the emergence of new technologies, create opportunities to rethink the design and function of cities at night.