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Dubai International Airport – 15 years of partnership and collaboration.
Arup has built a strong presence in the United Arab Emirates through our offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. We work collaboratively with public authorities, local developers, major multinational clients, as well as some of the world’s most influential architects, to deliver creative and high value technical solutions. We are immensely proud of Arup’s long-standing partnership with Dubai Airports and the part that we have played throughout the airport’s incredible expansion and transformational journey as a key piece of Dubai’s economic engine. In Abu Dhabi, Aldar HQ and Reem Downtown are just a few examples of our holistic ‘total design’ approach.
Founding member of the Emirates Green Building Council
2Offices across United Arab Emirates
40+years working in the region
Located between Asia, Europe and Africa, Dubai is a thriving business hub serving the wider Middle East region and attracting international investors.
Arup has been working in the Middle East since the early 1970s. We work with major multinational clients, alongside some of the world's most influential architects to deliver creative and high value technical solutions.
The Dubai office has worked on an array of world class projects, including Aldar HQ in Abu Dhabi, a landmark building which is perfectly circular in elevation. It also continues to provide Operational Readiness and Airport Transition (ORAT) services for Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport, which once the current expansion plan is completed, will have the capacity to serve 90 million passengers per year by 2018.
Arup is a founding member of the Emirates Green Building Council (EGBC).
Paul DunneUnit 2502, 25th floor,
Media One Tower,
Dubai Media City,
Dubai, PO Box 212416,
United Arab Emirates [email protected] +971 4 550 7300 Dubai, local time - 5:18 PM View on Google Maps