Asian city by the river

Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network

ACCCRN aims to catalyse attention, funding, and action on building climate change resilience for poor and vulnerable people.


Indonesia is one of the largest economies in South East Asia and with more than 252 million people it’s the world’s fourth most populous country.

Arup’s presence in Indonesia dates back to the 1970s. We were involved in shaping some of the country’s early landmarks including The Peak Twin Towers and Menara Jamsostek in Jakarta; Sumatra’s Siak River Bridge; and Shangri-la Hotel in Surabaya.

Today we continue to shape the country’s buildings and infrastructure through projects such as the Bander Lampung Water Supply Scheme, Astra Tower and the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo).



  • 12Dec 2016

    Arup joins with Australasia LNG to help meet rising power demand in Indonesia

    Arup will deliver Pre-Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for the marine infrastructure and vessel conversion for the Probolinggo LNG terminal. Providing geotechnical, civil, naval architecture, and mechanical engineering support, Arup will advise on the conversion of a LNG carrier into a Floating Storage Unit (FSU) which will be permanently moored offshore for the design life, without the need of dry-docking. Arup is also advising on the 2.5 kilometre jetty, unloading platform and associated berthing infrastructure, required to bring the LNG onshore to be regasified.

  • 23Sep 2016

    Ian Taylor appointed Global Aviation Business Leader

    Ian joined Arup in 1993 and has worked in the UK, Ireland, USA and Asia.  Since 2009, he has served as Aviation Business Leader in East Asia, playing a leading role in expanding the Firm’s presence in China. Previously, he led the Aviation team in the UK, Middle East and Africa.

  • 11Jul 2016

    Australasia Process Leader joins Melbourne office

    With over 23 years’ experience in the water industry, including significant roles on the Victorian Desalination Plant, with a production capacity of 150 billion litres of water a year, and the Perth Desalination Plant, which produces 45 billion litres of fresh drinking water each year.

  • 17Dec 2015

    Arup continues growth and improves performance

    The firm’s annual income rose to £1.13bn as a result of strong financial growth in the UK, Asia and America. The Group generated profits before taxation and profit sharing to staff of £96.7 million. As the firm has no external shareholders, the employee-owned business was able to distribute two thirds of this profit back to staff members.