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ARUP Engineering

Arup is a global firm of designers, engineers, planners and business consultants providing a diverse range of professional services to clients around the world. Since opening our first American office in San Francisco in 1985, our Americas practice has developed into a 900-person U.S. staff providing a broad range of services on a variety of project types. The strength of 10,000 multi-disciplinary staff worldwide provides our clients access to virtually every engineering, planning, specialist, and environmental discipline needed for the successful development of projects. Arup is an interdisciplinary, employee-owned firm dedicated to shaping a better world through innovative, integrated sustainable design.

In the Bay Area, Arup has designed museums (California Academy of Sciences, DeYoung Museum, Contemporary Jewish Museum), healthcare facilities (UCSF Mission Bay Hospital, Kaiser Templates hospitals, SF General retrofit), educational buildings (Stanford Y2E2 Building, Kirsch Center for Environmental Sciences at De Anza College, Ed Roberts Campus at the University of California at Berkeley.)

California Academy of Sciences - Arup provided almost all the engineering for this LEED Platinum building - sustainable features include a green roof, natural ventilation, extensive use of natural daylight, reduced water run-off, and integration into the park and community. (Image courtesy of Arup) 

DeYoung Museum - Arup designed the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, utilizing low energy solutions to the maximum extent. (Image courtesy of Arup)

Kirsch Center - Arup developed the economical energy-saving strategies which helped Kirsch Center in Cupertino achieve LEED Platinum status. (Image courtesy of Arup)

Treasure Island - Arup advised on transportation planning, site infrastructure and sustainability strategies for a new residential and mixed use development on the former naval base at Treasure Island. (Image courtesy of SOM)

California Academy of Sciences

DeYoung Museum

Kirsch Center

Treasure Island