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London Olympic Aquatic Centre – With its distinctive architecture and focus on legacy use, the Aquatics Centre was designed to be sustainable.

Arup was founded by Ove Arup in 1946. Our work addresses every aspect of the built environment, from initial planning and advisory services, through building design and structural engineering. We are a community of collaborators, bringing together over 90 disciplines to help realise our clients’ commercial goals. In the UK we’re at the forefront of developing new transport systems like Crossrail or Heathrow Terminal 5, producing inspiring workplaces like Whitecollar Factory, and helping cities prepare for climate change. From sound investment decisions to innovative bridge designs, clients come to Arup for our creativity and technical excellence.

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Nottingham is a vibrant and youthful place, embracing creativity and originality. Its close proximity and excellent transport links to major UK cities and Europe puts the city at the forefront of business, science and development.

Arup have been making a contribution to the city of Nottingham for over four decades, shaping many projects; particularly landmark developments focused around regeneration and sustainability.

In 2009 the Nottingham Contemporary art gallery opened in the historic lacemarket district. Arup designed the complex engineering that allowed a very challenging city centre site to be developed.

Arup’s engineering design for the award-winning Jubilee Campus at The University of Nottingham and the associated National College for School Leadership transformed a 20a brownfield site into an environmentally-friendly extension to one of the UK’s oldest universities. The firm is now working to deliver high-quality development of historic Newton and Arkwright Buildings for Nottingham Trent University.

Recently opened, the new stand at Trent Bridge cricket ground was a host venue for the 2009 Twenty Twenty World Cup. Arup provided engineering design on the redevelopment of the ground, specialist lighting consultancy on the sports floodlighting and audio-visual consultancy on the replay screen. The floodlighting has been acknowledged as an exemplar for the future of the game.

Nottingham’s Old Market Square, the largest public square in the UK, was refurbished in 2007 with Arup designing all of the civil engineering and services, including the new water features as well as soft landscaping, pavements, utility supply and revised drainage.

Robin Lee

1st Floor,
City Gate West,
Tollhouse Hill,
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