The new roof at Kings Cross Station London

Dynamic transport interchanges

Restoration and redevelopment of an iconic London Station integrating a modern station into a Grade I-listed structure.

Kings Cross Station

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  • 30Mar 2017

    New report reveals the benefits of circular business models for the built environment

    The report, supported by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) as part of the framework of the CE100 programme, proposes a shift in the way the construction value chain has been historically seen.

  • 30Mar 2017

    Cost effective storage must be developed for LNG to power market

    The energy team, presenting at Gastech 2017, predicts that a move to “plug and play” modular cryogenic storage units could save the industry up to 20% on the construction of mid-scale storage tanks – important at a time when LNG prices are being driven down.

  • 16Mar 2017

    Arup and Mabey deliver first rapid assembly, polymer, modular bridge

    The post-tensioned bridge is designed to be assembled in hard to reach sites where large cranes or heavy machinery cannot be used. Part-funded by the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) the modular bridge is expected to be of particular interest to the rail industry, providing a safer alternative to level crossings where traditional pedestrian bridges cannot be installed.

  • 15Mar 2017

    Arup Reveals its Vision for the Digital Property Revolution

    A report by Arup, Reimagining property in a digital world, has revealed how digital technology is beginning to reshape the property sector; changing the way buildings are designed, built and used. The report says those companies which fully embrace a digital strategy will do disproportionately well and have a big impact on our working lives, increase their asset value and create more sustainable buildings.

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