A major regional and global business hub, Singapore is a vibrant metropolis in a tropical garden setting, with iconic structures, vibrant lighting displays, lively entertainment venues and world-class leisure facilities.
Established in Singapore in 1968, the city's vibrant and dynamic environment allows Arup to weave our design expertise and research into a compelling narrative of sustainable urban living. A firm with global reach anchored by local expertise, Arup has over 300 staff in Singapore offering a range of specialist disciplines unparalleled in Singapore and the region.
Bringing together our global resources and leadership in sustainability, Arup is proud to have delivered an impressive portfolio of iconic and award-winning developments in Singapore. Central to the transformation of Singapore’s premier waterfront destination, we have contributed to major developments including Marina Bay Sands® integrated resort, The Helix, The Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay waterfront promenade, Gardens by the Bay and the Jubilee Bridge. These key projects have transformed and contributed to Singapore's distinctive city silhouette. Beyond Marina Bay, our landmark projects also include OCBC Bank, UOB Centre, Temasek Towers, the National Library, Downtown and Thomson-East Coast Lines, the one North district, Singapore Sports Hub, The Capitol and South Beach.
A leader in sustainable building design, we have a reputation for integrating specialist services like acoustic consulting, façade and mechanical engineering to achieve sustainable building solutions for Singapore’s tropical climate. Our ability to achieve sustainable solutions for Singapore’s tropical climate is cleverly showcased in Clarke Quay’s cooling streetscape, and the specially engineered open-air canopy that spans South Beach’s entire development. Below ground, our highly experienced infrastructure team is contributing to the expansive rail network on projects such as Downtown, Thomson East Coast, Circle and Cross-Island Lines to meet Singapore's vision of developing a world-class transport system with rail facilities within close walking distance.