Night-time view of Grand Canal Dock showing Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Image credit Ros Kavanagh Photographer

Flexible design

A 2,100 seat theatre which accommodates ballet, musical and opera productions.

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Interior view of Dublin Airport's Terminal 2, credit Ian Bruce Photography

Transformation programme

Achieving seamlessly excellent service levels for passengers has been central to the design of Terminal 2.

Terminal 2, Dublin Airport
Night view of the Living Bridge, credit Arup/ROS KAVANAGH PHOTOGRAPHER

Organic relationships

Spanning 350 metres, the Living Bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in Ireland.

Living Bridge, University of Limerick
External view of the new engineering building, NUI Galway.

Interactive teaching tool

The building itself challenges the student and visitor to engage in and to understand the engineering principles behind its design.

New Engineering Building, NUI Galway

Arup is one of the largest engineering consulting firms in Ireland, with over 550 qualified and accredited engineers and staff in our four offices. We have built a reputation for unrivalled local expertise and knowledge.

We have been delivering landmark projects since our foundation in 1946, when Ove Arup teamed up with a local architect, Michael Scott of Scott Tallon Walker. The design of Busáras, the Irish national bus company headquarters, was Arup's first project in Ireland. This represents outstanding importance in the history of Irish architecture.




  • 23Mar 2017

    Mona Holtkötter, Arup Dublin, earns the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential

    Mona earned the WELL AP credential through the International WELL Building InstituteTM (IWBITM). The WELL AP credential is the new, leading credential signifying advanced knowledge of health and well-being in the built environment, and specialisation in the WELL Building StandardTM (WELL).

  • 07Mar 2017

    Arup is lead partner for the 14th Annual Road User Charging Conference

    The conference provides an opportunity for leading practitioners from around the world to discuss the latest insights, review case studies, and debate current trends and future challenges.

  • 08Feb 2017

    Inspiring female students in Cork and Dublin

    I Wish is a national initiative in Ireland which aims to encourage and motivate female secondary school students to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths). It is taking place in Cork on 9 and 10 February and in Dublin on 13 and 14 February. Inspiring young women to choose to study and work in STEM is vitally important, as the low participation of females in STEM, combined with a STEM skills gap, is resulting in a significant shortage of females in engineering.

  • 19Jan 2017

    Arup sponsors award at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, 2017

    Fergus Monaghan, Director at Arup, was delighted to present the prize to Benedek Goz and Gleb Kurilenko from Synge Street CBS, Dublin at the awards ceremony on 13 January 2017. The prize was awarded to the group that demonstrated the best use of mathematics in their project.