Interior view transfer hall Arnhem Station. Credit: Ronald Tilleman

Smooth transition

Shape and lighting as guide.

Arnhem Station
Rendered view Hotel Amstelkwartier. Credit © Mulder Blauw Architecten

LEED-Platinum hotel

Treating people and the environment well.

Hotel Amstelkwartier
Mauritshuis. Credit: Arup

Hidden installations

The art collection gets all the attention.

Ecobridge. ©Ineke Key

A bridge as wildcrossing

Enhancing the diversity of fauna.


Established in Amsterdam in 2000, Arup in the Netherlands comprises recognised consultants in all aspects of building and infrastructure design. With access to Arup’s specialist networks around the world, the team in Amsterdam is able to bring global expertise to local projects, as well as to consult on international iconic projects.


  • Logo CO2 Performance Ladder

    Towards sustainability

    Committed to reduce carbon emissions in our projects, in our office and by our staff members.


  • Galecopper Bridge. Credit: ©snowwhite

    Galecopper Bridge

    Strengthening one of the busiest bridges of the Netherlands.

  • Arnhem Station. Credit: ©Ronald Tilleman

    Arnhem Central Station

    Architectural form and lighting design guide travellers intuitively through the building.

  • Theatre Spijkenisse, external night view. Credit: Peter Guenzel

    Theatre Spijkenisse

    Clever structural engineering with a minimal interior columns.

  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam March 2005. Credit Arup


    Refurbishment and new buildings for the Amsterdam museum of art and history.


  • 23Sep 2016

    Ian Taylor appointed Global Aviation Business Leader

    Ian joined Arup in 1993 and has worked in the UK, Ireland, USA and Asia.  Since 2009, he has served as Aviation Business Leader in East Asia, playing a leading role in expanding the Firm’s presence in China. Previously, he led the Aviation team in the UK, Middle East and Africa.

  • 23Sep 2016

    Depot Amsterdam officially opened

    Located near the EYE film museum building at the IJ river, Depot Amsterdam offers EYE film institute a new archive and atelier where its film collection can be stored, restored and digitised using the latest techniques. The approximately 5.800m2 complex has the perfect storage conditions for the film institute’s collections, which were previously spread out over several locations with insufficient facilities.

  • 14Sep 2016

    Voorlinden Museum opens its doors in the Netherlands

    Designed in close collaboration with Dutch museum owner Joop van Caldenborgh, the new museum displays his collection of contemporary art through a modern but classical building with symmetrical shape and generous dimensions.

  • 25Jul 2016

    Tallest wooden building in the Netherlands to be built in Amsterdam

    The 73 metre high residential tower located in the Amstelkwartier will include 55 apartments, public plinth Hortus bicycles and an underground car park. It will have a total gross floor area of approximately 14,500 m2 and is to receive the BREEAM Outstanding label, the highest possible sustainability score.