Improving quality of life in
Cities

The world around us is changing at a faster pace than ever before as Planet Earth’s rapidly growing population flocks to urban centers, placing ever-increasing pressure on resources, space and safety. Our cities need to respond to these stresses and quickly – their livability and competitiveness depends on it.

Arcadis works with cities across the world, giving them a competitive edge and improving quality of life for their residents, visitors and businesses by building programs that expand resiliency, encourage regeneration, and maximize mobility.

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Cities

At Arcadis we are proud to work alongside some of the world’s most forward thinking cities in delivering and developing transformational programs that improve the quality of life for citizens and visitors alike. Visit the links below for a snapshot of global cities we support.
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Dubai

Dubai is the most populated city in the United Arab Emirates and remains one of one of the nation’s most powerful emirates, an emergent global city and a major business hub of the Middle East. 

Dubai’s economy is internationally known for its trade-based, oil-reliant revenues, which helped accelerate the city’s early development. Many of the world’s largest and biggest buildings are in Dubai. Arcadis’ architectural and engineering expertise helped to design and construct the Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world, this super-tall skyscraper is located in the business district of Dubai that forms the centerpiece of the city’s most prestigious urban development.

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John Batten

Global Cities Director

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