“This was the first office opened by Bill Curtin over 60 years ago and we have been making our mark on the city ever since. We are proud to have been part of the successful delivery of many schemes that have changed the city scape; from conserving Albert Dock to cutting edge engineering at Paddington Village to smaller but equally important projects such as the community Hub in Everton. We’ve worked closely with local councils and the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority for many years, and will continue to do so to deliver the best for Merseyside and the surrounding area.”
Andy Macfarlane, Board Director
There are three steps from the street to our main door, but our building has level access via the disabled access door to the right of the main entrance. A member of our team will be happy to assist and open this door for you.
We have a meeting room and accessible toilet on the ground floor.
Our first and second floors are accessible via a lift, with wide corridors and accessible toilets on each.
Unfortunately, our basement training suite is not currently accessible, but we would be happy to host your visit in one of our other spaces.
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: Our Liverpool office is a 5-minute walk or wheel from Moorfields train station or 15 minutes from Liverpool Lime Street.
Bus: Liverpool is serviced by a number of bus connections, all within a short distance of our office. You can plan your journey using the Merseytravel website. (https://www.merseytravel.gov.uk/timetables/#bus)
Car: We have a small car park behind our office, but please contact our team ahead of your visit to check availability. There is an NCP (Moorfields) located across the street from the office, which has disabled parking spaces.
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