Rajiv Gandhi International airport

A much needed aviation hub

The major airport comprises India’s longest runway and tallest air traffic control tower.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
Children at the Druk White Lotus School

A sustainable school

A striking example of Arup’s integrated approach to generate truly sustainable design.

Druk White Lotus School

Engineers of choice for clients

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.

Projects

News

  • 26Aug 2015

    Fortune’s first “Change the World” list features Arup

    Fortune has compiled a list of 51 global companies that have affected major social or environmental concerns in a positive way by integrating them into their competitive strategy. Ranked alongside some of the world’s best known corporations, Arup is the only firm included from the architecture, engineering, and construction industry.

  • 07Nov 2013

    GVK Sky Tower bags Outstanding Concrete Structure 2013 Award

    At 83m, the new air traffic control (ATC) tower at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, is the tallest one in Mumbai.

  • 30Mar 2012

    Technical Adviser of Year (IJ Awards)

    The annual Infrastructure Journal Awards are an industry-leading event rewarding excellence and innovation in infrastructure and project finance.

  • 14Dec 2011

    2011 results: solid performance in tough market

    Top line global income rose by 8.7% to £966.4m (mainly due to the consolidation of Arup’s South African business), while net cashflow was positive at £40.9m and operating profits were £24.6m.

Offices

Publications

  • Arup in India brochure front cover

Arup in India

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