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

Arup was founded in London by Ove Arup in 1946. Now with 15 offices in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, our project work spans building design, infrastructure, environmental and management consulting projects of all sizes – from High Speed 1 to Pocket Habitats.




  • 17Aug 2016

    Inner-city elderly most at risk from increasing heat waves in London

    These areas combine risk factors including; high population density, a greater proportion of elderly with health and mobility issues and poorer quality housing. The warning comes at a time when the capital is on track for its warmest summer on record, with recent temperatures reaching over 33°C.

  • 12Aug 2016

    Arup appointed lead building designer for Kemsley energy from waste plant

    Wheelabrator Technologies' new £340 million facility will divert 550,000 tonnes per annum of waste from Kent and the South East of England. This is waste that would otherwise have been sent to landfill sites or have been exported to Europe for treatment. The facility has also been designed to provide steam for the neighbouring papermill and will generate 43 megawatt (MW) of sustainable electricity at full capacity.  

  • 18Jul 2016

    Arup adopts agile working to support development of Industry Architecture for Digital Railway

    This new industry architecture provides a framework that will lead the way in the digital transformation of the rail network. A cross-disciplinary team was assembled by Arup to work alongside BAE Systems to ensure the framework was reliable and fit for purpose. The team adopted agile working methods, which saw teams produce deliverables via a series of ‘mini-sprints’.

  • 15Jul 2016

    New Arup exhibition explores concrete

    The exhibition focuses on two of Arup’s most interesting projects from the founding years of the firm in the late 1940s: Busáras, Dublin’s main bus station, and the monumental Brynmawr Rubber Factory in Wales, both of which were seen as ground-breaking designs for their time. The exhibition also explores the ingenuity of those responsible for the soon to open Taichung Metropolitan Opera House, Taiwan, designed by Toyo Ito and Associates, Architects, and engineered by a multi-disciplinary, multi-national Arup team.