At Arup, you will work in an environment where people learn from each other and share their knowledge and ideas generously across disciplines and time zones.
Employing people with diverse and complementary skills and fostering collaboration between them is what enables us to take on complex, strategic projects like High Speed 1 or the Chinese National Aquatics Centre.
Our skills networks allow easy collaboration between colleagues, wherever they are. The role of the networks is to bring new experiences and resources within employees reach.
Most people in Arup regularly use these networks to learn more, faster – through open collaboration, through dialogue and by contributing. And our networks are just one element of a wider culture that sees the firm invest heavily in sharing, research and learning through the Arup University.