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Infrastructure design

Arup has worked with a range of clients to deliver innovative solutions to world-leading infrastructure design projects across the globe. These clients rely on Arup's breadth of skills, experience and excellence in major project delivery.

Whether on High Speed 1 in the UK, Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong - one of the world's longest spans for a cable-stayed bridge, protecting the water supply for Las Vegas through work at Lake Mead, or coordinating the successful implementation of Australia's largest public infrastructure programme, the South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan and Programme (SEQIPP), Arup continues to lead the industry.

The firm pushes the boundaries of thinking in design to create increasingly innovative project solutions, thereby increasing client outcomes.

Major infrastructure projects, by their very nature, involve significant investment. They require solutions that are cost-effective, efficient, sustainable and delivered in an environment in which risks are managed.

Infrastructure design brings together many of the skills and services available across Arup, from geotechnics, water engineeringbridge design and tunnels, to site development, railmining, waste and highway design. It also brings together truly capable and influential people with wide project experience and interesting and inspirational stories to tell.

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  • Peter Chamley

    Peter Chamley

    Global Infrastructure Practice Chair

    Your best solution to date?

    The rock support design for the 34th Street station cavern in New York.

    Why is it significant?

    Working with the Contractor we developed a design that was simple to construct , saved time and was cost effective. Result – very happy client and a really impressive cavern.

    Your particular skill?

    Ground engineering.


    Projects that stretch our capabilities.

    Why Arup?

    The encouragement to try something new, to question the conventional and the opportunity to work with great people.

  • Global Infrastructure Practice Chair

Explore our work

Nescio Bridge - looking up from beneath The Netherland's first suspension bridge.

Project: Nescio Bridge

The Netherlands' award-winning suspension bridge.

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Inside the ticket hall of the newly refurbished Kings Cross St Pancras station, London, UK.

Project: King’s Cross St Pancras Underground Station

The redevelopment has relieved congestion, improved safety and increased capacity.

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Second Avenue Subway. Image credit DMJM, Harris, Arup.

Project: Second Avenue Subway

A new line for reduced overcrowding, delays and greater accessiblity.

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