Arup, is a global professional services firm, headquartered in London, with nearly 16,000 staff consisting of designers, planners, engineers, architects, consultants and technical specialists, working across the built environment.
The company, founded in 1946, has worked on projects including the Sydney Opera House, the corporate headquarters of Apple and the use of robotic welding and 3D printing to create the 12m MX3D bridge in Amsterdam. It is currently working on Europe’s largest civil engineering project Crossrail.
Despite being involved in so many large-scale projects, which have relied heavily on new technologies, the company’s back office systems required a big refresh when Arup Group CIO Rob Greig joined the organisation back in September 2017. This included the task of migrating towards cloud infrastructure and services – which was a surprise to Greig as he had led cloud transformations back in 2010 and did not expect […]
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