Exterior of the Olver Transit Center. Credit Charles Rose Architects.

Projects that Optimise Energy

The first net zero energy transit centre in the United States.

John W. Olver Transit Center
Exterior of 250 W 55th Street. Credit Arup.

Projects that Innovate

Creative structural design led to significant cost savings for this office tower.

250 West 55th Street
Exterior of the Newport Beach Civic Center and Park. Credit Arup.

Projects that Inspire

New civic facility that creates a centre for the community.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park
Interior of the Judd Foundation. Credit James Ewing Photography.

Projects that Stimulate

Restoration and preservation of a renowned artist’s live/work space in Soho.

Judd Foundation

Celebrating over 25 years in the Americas

Arup in the Americas has a diverse staff of over 1,000 people in 10 offices offering planning, engineering, and design services for high-performance buildings, consulting, and major infrastructure projects.




  • 01May 2015

    Bolling Building reopens in Boston’s Dudley Square

    A grand reopening ceremony was held on 25 April for Dudley Square’s Bolling Building. Working directly for local architect Sasaki, in collaboration with the Netherlands-based design firm Mecanoo, Arup’s structural engineering design responded to complex demands on the gravity system, enabling the architect’s vision of creating a column-free lobby while integrating all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems into the sleek interior space.

  • 30Apr 2015

    LAX CUP celebrates opening with ribbon cutting

    The new Central Utilities Plant (CUP) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) opened on 24 April with a ribbon cutting event. As the engineer-of-record and lead consultant to the Clark/McCarthy Joint Venture, Arup’s innovative design has saved the airport $20m in capital costs and is expected to save $7m each year in operating costs.

  • 31Mar 2015

    “Drylands Resilience Initiative” awarded 2015 Latrobe Prize

    The American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows has awarded the 2015 Latrobe Prize to the Arid Lands Institute for its “Drylands Resilience Initiative: Digital Tools for Sustainable Urban Design in Arid and Semi-Arid Urban Centers.” 

  • 16Mar 2015

    Report explores the future of urban mobility

    Cities today must contend with the challenges of density growth, resource constraints, and a progressively volatile climate. At the same time, more and more data is available on the patterns of city life, providing the means to surmount these challenges and shape a more efficient and accessible urban existence. Specifically, the operation and planning of mobility can greatly impact the economic activity and environmental quality of city life.