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About the company

  • CEO
    Alan Belfield
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $700m to $1.5bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
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Business Development Coordinator - Transport & Resources in Sydney City NSW
on 25 May 2020
Established company
Great working culture with a collaborative approach to working in a team when working on either a large project or tender. Communication from management can be lost in translation at times.
Senior Engineer in Australia
on 31 October 2021
Experience heavily depends on your manager and team
Arup is a great company when it comes to projects and when you know the right people you might even work on one of the prestigious projects. Experienced a lot of cliquiness and nepotism in my time at Arup where the often proclaimed culture and values are not lived at all. Job security is great at Arup, however, that comes with quite a bit of dead wood floating around especially in the manager level.
Associate, transport and resources in NSW South Coast NSW
on 15 October 2020
a bad company with a stagnant and toxic culture. Their business strategies are just hopes.
A very bad company particularly if you have different views from those preached by senior management. They do things entirely opposite to what they preach. A company with cowardly racist attitude thinking that they are still in UK 50 years ago. Their treatment of females is pathetic and this has been shown by internal surveys but the management plays such down.A company which rewards incompetent staff if you belong to their clique. Its dates are numbered in Aus consulting business due to heavy project losses. It has a very toxic culture and the middle management has to wake up.
Office Administrator in Fortitude Valley QLD
on 5 August 2018
Great team environment
Great group of staff, wages are about average. Only contract work offered at times which can mean no job security. Some team members are expected to go above and beyond while others are left with hardly any work.
Cad Technician in Brisbane, Australia
on 29 May 2018
Concern with Employees
Less Stress. I have learned to share and communicate with co-workers at all times. I learned to manage the time to minimize long working hours Can adopt to any environment. The hardest part of the job was when Not giving enough information and the enjoyable was when the work done ahead of time.

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