Aerial view of Corridor 10 construction

Environmental management

Ensuring the effective implementation of the Environmental Management Plans during construction on Corridor 10.

Corridor 10
External view of the Fiat Plant building

Refurbishment works

Arup’s multidisciplinary team has provided services to the client from offices in Italy and Serbia.

Fiat Plant
Sailing boats docked in the Porto Montenegro

Luxury mixed use waterfront

Delivering engineering services, while taking into account the development setting and natural habitat.

Porto Montenegro
Photo of the highway cutting through the countryside.

Mitigation measures

Delivering strategic transport advice and sustainable planning.

Adriatic-Ionian Highway

Arup opened an office in Belgrade in June 2007. Our building design, infrastructure and consulting specialists combine local and global knowledge and experience to deliver projects in Serbia and abroad.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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