Business Unit Director
“Our office in Glasgow opened in 2016 and reflects the increasing growth and strength of Curtins as a whole. We work closely with our experienced team in Edinburgh to deliver solutions for our clients as a collective, and with an even larger national presence we are able to call on our experts in their field to deliver the best for our clients. In doing so, we’ve been involved in regionally significant projects including HMP Glasgow.”
Janice Smith, Business Unit Director
The front entrance is via six steps and unfortunately there is not a ramp available. However, from the carpark underneath the building, the office is accessible via a lift and this entrance is step-free. We’ll be able to greet you and open the door for you on your arrival.
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.
Train: Glasgow Central Station is around 0.5 mile away, or a 7-minute walk or wheel, and Glasgow Queen Street is even closer at 200m away.
Bus: St Vincent Palace bus stop is right outside our office and connects to Central station.
Car: There is an NCP on Mitchell Street with provisions for disabled parking.
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The Ophthalmology building is adjacent to the existing hospital main entrance and is Phase 1 of the two-phased development at the hospital.
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Refurbishment of an eight-storey building from the 1960s to create new office block accommodation streching over 10 storeys.
As one of Curtins’ leading specialists on RAAC, Janice Smith, Director – Scotland was invited by both the IStructE and APSE to present on the topic during February.
Curtins contributes to two of the IStructE's latest technical guidance publications on sustainability.
We're proud to have raised a total of £16,263.83 for our Curtins Care Charity Partner 2023.