Singapore Sports Hub at night

Celebrating a nation's pride

Creating a community, leaving a legacy for the future

Singapore Sports Hub
Photo of Marina Bay Sands complex, credit Timothy Hursley

Crown Jewel of Marina Bay

‘Unique, complex and massive’ is what sums up this 581,400 square metres integrated development.

Marina Bay Sands
Night view of the Singapore Flyer, credit Singapore flyer Pte

World’s largest giant observation wheel

Experience gained from London Eye helped optimise the design of the Singapore Flyer.

Singapore Flyer
Night view of the Helix bridge, credit Paul McMullin

Landmark bridge

An incredibly delicate and intricate structure engineered to support more than 10,000 people at a time.

Helix Bridge

Established in the country since 1968, Singapore provides the dynamic environment that allows us to weave our design skills and research into an exciting range of sustainable urban projects. Our success is founded on delivering Arup’s global expertise locally and we have over 400 staff offering a range of specialist skills unparalleled in the market. A leader in innovative and sustainable design, we have revolutionised the local build industry with the use of 3D technology and developed design solutions tailored for the tropical climate. See how we have grown and transformed with Singapore through this video: Arup's Singapore.




  • 06Oct 2015

    CapitaGreen unfurls in the heart of Singapore’s CBD

    A stunningly sculptural building with organic influences, CapitaGreen is a joint development by CapitaLand, CapitaLand Commercial Trust and Mitsubishi Estate Asia, and was designed by Pritzker laureate, Toyo Ito. Long characterised by concrete buildings, CapitaGreen is an unconventional addition to Singapore’s CBD.

  • 31Aug 2015

    Innovation recognised in Autodesk BIM Awards

    The Awards celebrates the creative prowess of talented professionals in using BIM to push the envelope, and recognises the efforts to have used BIM to overcome challenges that might have been difficult or impossible to tackle using traditional 2D design.

  • 22Jun 2015

    Arup appointed as lead consultant for new urban rail system in Kuala Lumpur

    The second line, also known as the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line (SSP Line) will run from Sungai Buloh to Serdang and Putrajaya, covering a distance of 52.2km. The elevated alignment of the SSP Line is estimated to be 38.7km and the underground section will be 13.5km in length. It will consist of 39 stations, ten of which will be underground.

  • 02Oct 2014

    Singapore Sports Hub wins global and local architecture awards

    The Sports Hub beat five other entries from around the world to clinch this award. This is the second accolade clinched at the WAF awards, the first being ‘Best Future Projects Leisure-Led Development’ last year.