Exhibiting the Caldic collection

Reaching the highest museological standards.

Museum Voorlinden
HAUT. Credit: Team V

The quest for CO2 neutrality

The tallest wooden residential building in the Netherlands.

Dam Depot. Credit: © Luuk Kramer

Conservating film

Enabling storage and restoration according to the latest techniques.

Depot Amsterdam
Galecopper Bridge. Credit: Snowwhite fotografie.

Solving fatigue problems

Strengthening one of the busiest bridges in the Netherlands.

Galecopper Bridge

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.


  • Palace Bridge. Credit: Jannes Linders

    Palace Bridge

    Characterful weathering steel bridge and park.

  • Voorlinden Museum, exterior view. Credit: Pietro Savorelli

    Museum Voorlinden

    New museum for largest private art collection in the Netherlands.

  • Casa Brutale, exterior rendered view. Credit: OPA & Loom Design

    Casa Brutale

    Providing integrated design solutions for cutting-edge residence built into a cliff.

  • Logo CO2 Performance Ladder

    Towards sustainability

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


  • Dijksgracht Bridge, Amsterdam. Copyright: Arjen Veldt

    Commandant Bridge

    Offering a fast connection to pedestrians and cyclists and a passage to ships.

  • LocHal Tilburg. Rendering exterior. Credit: © The Cloud Collective


    Utilising the existing quality of a monumental building for a future proof redevelopment, by using thorough analyses.

  • Arnhem Station. Credit: ©Ronald Tilleman

    Arnhem Central Station

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

  • Supreme Court, the Hague. Credit: Fernando Guerra

    Supreme Court of the Netherlands

    Engineering services for a new transparent courthouse in the Hague's heart.


  • 02Dec 2016

    Dutch Windwheel collaboration agreement signed

    Arup signed the collaboration agreement along with innovation consortium partners Koninklijke BAM Groep, Deltares, Dura Vermeer, ECN, Eneco, Evides, Huawei, Mammoet, Siemens, SPIE, TNO and the Windwheel Corporation (in which BLOC, DoepelStrijkers and Meysters are represented).

  • 21Oct 2016

    Palace Bridge wins National Steel Award 2016 in the Netherlands

    "The Palace Bridge has become an emotional connection that transcends belief with its primary functionality. The districts are not connected through a simple puncture, but programmatically enriched with an elevated park and recreational area that actually attracts visitors and users. The Palace Bridge fascinates both professionals and local residents. The corten steel has a human scale, enhanced by the tight detailing as is only possible in steel. Technical solutions, such as the heated surface to prevent corrosion increasing road salt, are commendable. Performing the steel truss, which spans 45 meters, above deck creates not just structural expression, but also a logical divide between the different traffic flows. A winner par excellence".

  • 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.