The Awards for Excellence Hall of Fame stands as the pinnacle of recognition, representing the highest and most prestigious accolade a company can receive. Inductees into the Hall of Fame are celebrated for their unparalleled excellence
in their respective fields.
To be honoured as a member of the Hall of Fame, companies must achieve the esteemed titles of Large Firm of the Year, Medium Firm of the Year, or Small Firm of the Year for three consecutive years. This remarkable achievement grants
entrance into the Hall of Fame, where your company will bask in well-deserved accolades for a three-year period.
Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world’s most prominent projects in the built environment and across industry. Working in more than 140 countries, the firm’s designers, engineers, architects, planners,
consultants and technical specialists collaborate with clients on innovative projects of the highest quality and impact. www.arup.com
Winning projects that paved the way for Arup to the Hall of Fame for the Large Firm of the Year
2020 – Making Cities Safer for Women and Girls with Light
Community Engagement Excellence Award
Melbourne, one of the world’s most liveable cities isn’t equally liveable for everyone. This research collaboration on lighting in cities for women and girls, uses lived experience alongside innovative digital data
and co-design workshops to influence design for lighting cities so that they are inclusive and safe for everyone.
2019 – Green Square Library
© City of Sydney
Design Innovation Award
Green Square Library and Plaza provides a civic heart and valuable open space for one of Australia's newest urban developments. The open-plan, underground library is filled with natural light from light wells in the ceiling
and windows onto a subterranean garden, while a six-storey glass tower with music, reading and technology rooms provides views over the plaza and a public amphitheatre.
2018 – Optus Stadium
© Sky Perth
For development of the new Optus Stadium in Perth, Arup delivered civil, geotechnical, structural, façade and traffic engineering, pedestrian modelling, and pitch design. Arup applied an innovative approach in developing
the BIM strategy for efficient construction, operation, and maintenance delivery process, in addition to engineering solutions for the stadium bowl, roof, multi-purpose oval and story-telling facade.
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