Business Unit Director
Units 24-25 Riverside Place K Village Lound Road Kendal, LA9 7FH
“We love being based in the Lake District and are passionate about delivering projects to the same scale and quality as any of our city centre offices, alongside schemes more unique to the area. Our work ranges from schools and hospitals, to private houses or cultural, historical and heritage projects. At all times we are looking for the most efficient and sustainable engineering solution. In a heritage setting, this will mean minimising the structural intervention and on a new build, we will look to minimise the material used.”
Andy Roberts, Business Unit Director
There is level access from the riverside to our main entrance and our office has been designed to be wheelchair accessible, with wide doors and corridors, an accessible toilet with shower, and the ability to lower the counter-top in the kitchen.
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: The main cross-country line will bring you into Oxenholme Lake District station. From here you can either change for Kendal, or collect a taxi to the office (1.7 miles). Kendal train station is also 1 mile away when walking or wheeling.
Bus: Lound Road bus stop is a couple of minutes from the office.
Car: There is plenty of car parking in the undercroft carpark at K Village. Payment can be paid on the app or over the phone, and our team will be happy assist you with this.
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Business Unit Director
Principal Flood Risk Engineer
Design and construction of a new high school and leisure facilities in Whitehaven, bringing together St Benedict’s Catholic High School and Mayfield Special School on the existing St. Benedict’s site.
A 5000m2 Cumbria County Council office complex for 600 staff, built on the site of a former car park.
A school built on the site of the existing Lingey House Primary School whilst it remained operational.
The RNLI Hovercraft Station accommodates the D-Class boat, shop and facilities for the crew.
A new £5m primary school on the site of the former South Leeds Leisure Centre in Beeston
A city centre redevelopment project involving the demolition and refurbishment of Carlisle's iconic Citadel buildings.
Experts from across Curtins shared insights and best practice on how carbon data, civil and structural engineering and the conservation of existing buildings align to deliver lower embodied carbon solutions.
The programme helps ensure that the direction of our company remains relevant, with a continuous feedback cycle between experience levels and generations.
Thursday 21st September, 8-11am