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Druk White Lotus School – A striking example of Arup’s integrated approach to generate truly sustainable design.
Arup has 40 years of experience in India, and in 2008 we formally established an office in Mumbai to offer the firm’s full array of services. Our clients range from central and local governments to private institutions, architects and international organisations. We have worked on a wide range of projects, including multidisciplinary services for Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, total design services for Druk White Lotus School and seismic retrofit design and project management of operational manufacturing facilities in Himachal Pradesh.
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Formerly known as Bombay, the port of Mumbai is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is India’s financial centre, being home to the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India. It is also the second most populous city in the world.
Arup's portfolio in India includes strategic infrastructure projects such as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad, which opened in March 2008 and the redevelopment of New Delhi Railway Station.
Developments such as the concept design of the 33-floor Beau Monde Residential and Commercial Development show Arup’s building design expertise. Arup’s façade specialists designed the Spring Town Centre development as well as the stunning cable net glass wall at the Infosys campus in Bangalore. The firm also provided project management service for the fit out project on two floors of Ceejay House, which involves office space for 200 Barclays’ staff and the necessary infrastructure for a Tier III Data Centre.
5th Floor, Jet Prime,
Suren Road, Off Western Express Highway,
Mumbai – 400093