Business Unit Director
Rose Wharf, Ground Floor 78-80 East Street Leeds LS9 8EE
“Our Leeds office was opened in 1989 and the number of successful projects we’ve been involved with during that time is a testament to the passion and commitment of all of our staff, both past and present. Our team takes great pride in our involvement in high profile developments across the region; it’s clear that we are playing a key role in redevelopment and regeneration across Yorkshire.”
Colin Riches, Business Unit Director
Our office is located on the Ground Floor of Rose Wharf when accessed via the main entrance, rather than the riverside, and is step free.
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: We’re 1 mile away from Leeds Train Station
Bus: East Street bus stop is right outside our office building
Car: You may wish to park at CitiPark Leeds Dock, next to the Royal Armouries Museum and walk or wheel across the river footbridge to our office. It would take you around 10 minutes. There are also car parks on either side of the Rose Wharf building.
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11 & 12 Wellington Place is a 12-storey office building that forms part of the 140,000sqm mixed-use development in central Leeds.
A landmark development for engineering and physical sciences, and the largest single project the university has undertaken since the 1960s.
Construction of two distinct colleges for John Snow and 17th Colleges within the University, comprising 1000 bed spaces, two college heart buildings, and a hub building with formal dining facilities.
A student residency for Select Property Group as part of the Vita Student Brand.
This 6,730m2 factory is a state-of-the-art reconfigurable assembly and component manufacturing facility for collaborative research and development.
A 90,000sqft teaching centre that cater for more than 1,600 students, with five lecture theatres and around 40 research and teaching laboratories.
After opening the doors to our unique photography exhibition in October, we have now released Our Place as a 360 interactive tour, enabling a greater number of people to engage freely with art and engineering.
Today is STEM Day and here at Curtins we pride ourselves on being STEM ambassadors, aiming to inspire the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.
Curtins has joined the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Framework to provide Structural Engineering and Principal Designer Services (Lots 3 and 5).