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Innovation in the built environment

Arup’s online magazine in the Americas.

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Exterior view of the Harvard Art Museums

Projects that illuminate

The 204,000ft2 renovation and expansion project combines three art museums under one roof.

The Harvard Art Museum
Interior view of National Sawdust

Projects that transform

Transformation of a former warehouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, into an intimate music venue

National Sawdust
Aerial view of Lake Mead

Projects that innovate

Leading the engineering design of a critical new intake tunnel at Lake Mead

Lake Mead Intake Tunnel No. 3
interior view of UCSF

Projects that strengthen

New 900,000ft2 teaching hospital in San Francisco

UCSF at Mission Bay

Celebrating over 25 years in the Americas

Arup in the Americas has a diverse staff of over 1,000 people in 10 offices offering planning, engineering, and design services for high-performance buildings, consulting, and major infrastructure projects.




  • 24Oct 2016

    Fulton Center wins 2016 FIDIC award

    FIDIC, the international “parent” organisation to ACEC, presents awards each year to projects that help world economies and communities develop a higher quality of life. With a commitment to integrity and sustainability, FIDIC awards projects based on the principles of innovation, transparency, and respect for the environment.

  • 19Oct 2016

    Matt Williams named to the Façade Tectonics Institute College of Fellows

    The highest award bestowed by the Institute, Matt’s appointment was announced at the Façade Tectonics World Congress held in Los Angeles on 10–11 October. Fellowship is a lifetime appointment, and Matt is greatly honoured to be recognised by his peers in the façades and building envelope industry.

  • 13Oct 2016

    ENR announces California’s Projects of the Year

    After being named Regional Best Projects, both the Samsung America HQ and The Broad were selected from the pool of award winners as the Projects of the Year in Northern and Southern California respectively.

  • 05Oct 2016

    181 Fremont first to earn new earthquake-resilience rating

    The 56-story mixed-use tower is being constructed in compliance with a new set of holistic design and planning guidelines: the Resilience-based Earthquake Design Initiative (REDi Rating System). Developed by Arup and a diverse group of external collaborators, REDi establishes a new benchmark for seismic construction — far exceeding current code criteria — that focuses on quick recovery and continued operations in the aftermath of an earthquake.