Skyline of Warsaw. Credit: Arup.

New landmark

Europe's second-tallest all-residential skyscraper.

Złota 44 residential tower
Interior view of Jewish Musuem. Credit: Arup.

Innovative exhibition design

Combining the past with the future in an openwork structure.

Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Concert Hall Wrocklaw. Credit: Lukasz Rajchert.

Multi-venue facility

1,800-seat concert hall and three chamber halls.

National Forum of Music
View of Okraglak Poznan. Credit: Arup.

Modern office space

Refurbishment and conversion of an existing department store.

Okrąglak Poznań

We’ve had a permanent presence in Poland since 1998. Today, we have three offices located in Warsaw, Kraków and Belgrade (Serbia). We deliver the most ingenious, sustainable and innovative solutions, with full understanding of the Client’s aims and business targets. Our breadth of experience and expertise, with access to Arup’s specialist global network, enables us to undertake projects of every scale.




  • 29Jun 2016

    New report reveals how to promote the sustainable regeneration of land

    “Sustainable Regeneration of Unused Transportation Territories” is an overview offering a roadmap for sustainable regeneration/revitalization in global, national, urban and building scales.

  • 17Dec 2015

    Arup continues growth and improves performance

    The firm’s annual income rose to £1.13bn as a result of strong financial growth in the UK, Asia and America. The Group generated profits before taxation and profit sharing to staff of £96.7 million. As the firm has no external shareholders, the employee-owned business was able to distribute two thirds of this profit back to staff members.

  • 22Oct 2015

    The first Cracow Cyclotron Centre opens in Poland

    Cracow Cyclotron Centre is a critical medical and research facility forming part of the National Centre Hadron Radiotherapy. The centre is the first of its type in Poland and one of a few in Europe. Proton beam treatment, compared with standard radiation treatment, lowers the risk of radiation damage to healthy tissues and other side effects, what significantly increases the quality of life of patients.

  • 24Sep 2015

    Arup reveals how Europe is responding to ageing populations

    We are living in the urban and ageing era. In 2050, for the first time in human history, the number of older people will be greater than the number of children under 15 years old. As cities across the globe continue to grow, more people are growing old in housing, streets, communities that often are failing to respond appropriately to ageing populations with specific policies.