Arup opened an office in Copenhagen in 2012 following years of work on the Cityringen Metro project, and further expanded following its involvement in the Crown Princess Mary’s Bridge project. The office currently has 14 open projects located within Denmark and Scandinavia.

Office teams include Architecture, BIM, Bridges and Highways, Civil, Digital, Geotechnical, Indoor Climate Design, Mechanical, Electrical, Public Health, Project Management, Structures, Tunnels and Metros, and each team works on both Buildings and Infrastructure projects. The office is particularly proud of its focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and each project commences with an SDG review.

71 Staff located in Denmark

22 Nationalites represented

Arup in Denmark

We currently have one office located in Denmark.

Cityringen. Credit: R Hjortshoj Cityringen. Credit: R Hjortshoj

Cityringen: an architectural vision for Copenhagen’s next generation metro

Copenhagen is one of the most densely populated areas of Denmark. The new City Circle Line (Cityringen) metro, expands the city’s existing system, and is a key part of its drive to become carbon neutral by 2025. Metroselskabet, Copenhagen’s transit authority, appointed Arup in joint venture with Cowi and Systra to act as the multi-disciplinary technical advisor for this ambitious design and build project, the city’s largest construction project in more than 400 years.

Meet our people

Jenny Flink

In my role in Arup, I get the chance to be involved in a great variety of projects within my key discipline. Arup is truly a multidisciplinary firm, where engineers from various disciplines come together to come up with solutions for projects.

Aitana Paya Perez

Seeing this project so well received and making people proud is a great feeling, and looking at the finished stations, there has not been much change in the design, which proves we provided a robust delivery.