Arup appoints Jennifer DiMambro as science, industry, and tech business leader

10 March 2020 2 min. read
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Design, engineering, and consulting firm Arup has announced that Jennifer DiMambro will lead its science, industry, and technology arm for the Americas region. DiMambro, a principal consultant at Arup, will focus on developing the science sector while seeking out new opportunities in manufacturing and technology.

"I'm excited to help the Americas science, industry and technology business continue building on our growth,” DiMambro said. “With our team's great knowledge of architecture and a breadth of engineering and consulting expertise, we bring unique value to clients tackling the complex challenges that come with science and industry projects.”

DiMambro has been with Arup for nearly 24 years, first as an engineer, then working her way up to director and principal. She has also served as the firm’s science leader for the UK, India, Middle East, and Africa region. Her expertise lies in laboratories and integrating scientific requirements in industrial, pharmaceutical, and research buildings.

Jennifer DiMambro, Principal consultant at ARUP

DiMambro’s notable projects for Arup include the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour in London, UK, and the University of Cambridge’s Sainsbury Laboratory, which is the first lab building to be awarded the Stirling Prize – a  British prize for excellence in architecture. She holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Unviersity of Nottingham and a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge.

Arup’s science, industry and technology teams works out of seven offices throughout the Americas region. It works on “functionally demanding” buildings, such as Fermilab’s Long Baseline Neutrino Facility in Lead, South Dakota. As a firm, Arup operates in more than 140 countries. It offers advisory services for building engineering and buildings systems, including transaction and procurement advice, low energy and high containment lab design, climate and resilience planning, and digital transformation consulting. The firm has worked on notable buildings such as the “Bird’s Nest” stadium in Beijing, China, and Apple Park –  Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California.