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Exterior view of Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden. Credit: Konya MunicipalityExterior view of Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden. Credit: Konya Municipality

Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden – Türkiye's first butterfly museum allows species to be observed in their natural habitat.

Arup has been working in Türkiye since 1982 and established an office there in 1990. With our team of more than 150 qualified engineers, experienced consultants and talented architects, we continue to deliver "Total Design".

We are one of the largest engineering consulting firms in Türkiye. We have built a reputation for local expertise and knowledge with projects in Türkiye as well as neighbouring countries. We work with public and private sector clients on building, infrastructure and consulting projects. Projects of note delivered with technical excellence and creative solutions include the Ford Otosan Research and Development Centre and Ashgabat Olympic Complex.

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Office locations

Ankara

Ankara

Ankara is the second largest city in Türkiye after Istanbul, and the capital of Türkiye. Being one of the most important industrial and commercial centres in the country, and located at the centre of Anatolia, it is also at the cross-roads for rail and highways serving the trade and transportation links all over Türkiye and the Middle East.

Arup set up its Ankara office in 2005 to facilitate more effective engineering services for public institutions as well as members of the construction sector and investors in this important region, and to pursue infrastructure and major building projects, initiated and managed from Ankara.

Our Ankara office both delivers technical excellence with talented designers and acts as a liaison office for maintaining closer connections with our clients.

Deniz Aksoy Beduk

Mustafa Kemal Mahallesi, Dumlupunar Bulvarı, No:274/7
Mahall Ankara B Blok K:13 No:155
06530 Çankaya, Ankara, Türkiye [email protected] +90 (0) 212 318 63 00 Ankara, local time - 3:02 PM View on Google Maps