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Take a closer look: Andrew Cantwell, Senior Civil Engineer in Dublin

Andrew Cantwell joined our Dublin office’s growing team as a Senior Civil Engineer in October 2018. Here he summaries his experiences with us during his first four months in the...

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Recognising Women in Engineering with the NCE

Last night, we celebrated our new event with the New Civil Engineer in London, Recognising Women in Engineering, and what a fantastic evening it was! The event is so important...

Recognising Women in Engineering

Diversity and inclusion runs through the DNA of Curtins, from day one we’ve recognised the importance of a balanced workforce in securing our success. This tracks back to Bill Curtin’s...

Curtins commit to further school engagement in 2018

The world of work is constantly evolving in line with the technological and industry advancements that historically have and will continue to shape the future of our economy. From these...

Curtins commissioned to lead on Unexploded Ordnance guide

Unexploded Ordnance, or UXO, is a legacy of the First and Second World Wars as well as UK military activities (training and defensive), and is one of many ground hazards...

Take a Closer Look: My first six months at Curtins

Owen is a 19 year old college student who joined Curtins' Liverpool Office as an Apprentice Technician back in June 2017. Here he touches on his experiences with the company...

Association of College Capital & Estates Conference

I was at the Association of College Capital & Estates Conference yesterday, and enjoyed some thought provoking presentations and discussions about the future of the sector. It’s clear that budgets...

Urban Futures: Cities and Towns in Transition

I recently attended The Academy of Urbanism conference at Dublin Castle which brought together over 200 architects, Urbanist and Engineers from Ireland and Internationally to discuss the theme "Urban Futures:...