“Our Bristol office opened 30 years ago and is now one of the largest independent engineering consultancies in the South West. I’m leading Curtins’ drive to reduce carbon in everything we do; and our team here in Bristol are at the leading edge of that. Through embodied carbon awareness and reduction on new-build schemes, and sustainable refurbishments to extend the life of existing buildings, our people are delivering pioneering work in the design of alternative low carbon materials and solutions.”
Stephen Beggs, Business Unit Director
Our office is located on the second floor of our building, with a lift making it wheelchair accessible. We have an accessible toilet and shower facilities, plus wide corridors and doorways.
If you have any further questions or would like us to help you plan your visit, please contact our team and we would be happy to support you.
By train: We’re 2.5miles from Bristol Temple Meads.
By bus: Get on from Bristol Coach and Bus Station for Hotwell Road bus stop.
By ferry: Not all of our offices can boast a ferry connection, but Bristol does! You can catch a Bristol Ferry Boat to just across the road from our office. You may even pass by the SS Great Britain too.
By car: There is car parking available at our office, but please contact our team in advance to check availability. Alternatively, the Mardyke Wharf Car Park is on Hotwell Road and open 24 hours.
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A new-build Visitor Centre with internal and external spaces to educate local school children and day trip visitors.
Refurbishment of the existing building and large additional learning space to improve the student facilities at University of Bristol.
Preservation of the Grade I listed bridge and provision of new visitor centre to continue the story of one of the world's last working transporter bridges.
A Passivhaus extension to the existing school, doubling the capacity of pupils.
An Eco office created in a refurbished steel framed building in Aztec West Business Park.
A full restoration of a Victorian public house for Thatchers Cider
Curtins have been shorlisted for Consultancy of the Year at the Insider Media South West Property Awards
We have been awarded winner of People Development at the Constructing Excellence South West Awards 2023.
Demolition has taken place at Carroll Court in Bristol to make way for the new 900 bed student accommodation scheme for the University of West of England, which is set to become the first phase of the largest student accommodation Passivhaus project in the world.