One of Australia's fastest growing cities, Brisbane is the cosmopolitan heart of Queensland. Arup established a presence here in 1978.
Arup has been responsible for a number of city shaping and landmark infrastructure projects including Brisbane Airport Link – Australia's largest ever road infrastructure project – Cross River Rail and Gold Coast Light rail Stage one. In south east Queensland we are creating Australia’s first diverging diamond interchange with the Bruce Highway Upgrade and Coomera Interchange Exit 54.
We’ve connected communities with Kurilpa Bridge the world’s first tensegrity pedestrian bridge and New Farm Riverwalk and Anna Meares Velodrome in preparation for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Our work in Brisbane has a strong sustainable focus with the Global Change Institute being the first carbon neutral building in Australia and the structurally unique One One One Eagle Street.
With close links to all levels of government and major contractors, Arup’s involvement in the city's future development will continue to be significant as the city strives for modern, sustainable infrastructure solutions.
Murray KretschmerLevel 4