The new roof at Kings Cross Station London

Dynamic transport interchanges

Restoration and redevelopment of an iconic London Station integrating a modern station into a Grade I-listed structure.

Kings Cross Station

Arup was founded in London by Ove Arup in 1946. Now with 15 offices in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, our project work spans building design, infrastructure, environmental and management consulting projects of all sizes – from High Speed 1 to Pocket Habitats.




  • 30Jun 2017

    Arup celebrates wins at UK RAEng Awards

    The multidisciplinary project team for Glasgow’s SSE Hydro Arena has been recognised for its contribution to designing Scotland’s largest entertainment venue. The arena has been credited with helping strengthen Glasgow’s successful bid for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

  • 23Jun 2017

    UK’s largest connected and self-driving vehicle project ready for city streets

    Project partners, including Jaguar Land Rover, Ford and Tata Motors European Technical Centre, came together at the HORIBA MIRA Proving Ground in Nuneaton to demonstrate a series of connected car and autonomous vehicle technologies that are now ready to be trialled on the roads of Milton Keynes and Coventry.

  • 23Jun 2017

    Arup engineers celebrated in ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35’ list

    Geotechnical engineer Áine Ní Bhreasail, civil engineer Louise Ellis, lighting designer Pavlina Akritas and structural engineer Victoria Richardson were all acknowledged. They were selected by a distinguished panel of judges from 500 nominations and are considered among the UK’s most influential female engineers. Arup is the only firm to have four engineers recognised in this year’s ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35’ list.

  • 04May 2017

    Arup helps to improve the view at historic Lord’s Cricket Ground, London

    The previous Warner Stand suffered from poor viewing angles due to shallow inclinations. Arup worked with Populous to design a new stand to address these issues, whilst respecting the architectural heritage and character of the existing buildings, including the Grade II* Listed Pavilion.