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The Dynamic Façade
Kiera Mudd, an engineer based in our Leeds Office, discusses Dynamic Façades and the built environment in our latest Podium video.
As we celebrate the Year of Engineering, Amanda Setzer – a Project Engineer here at Curtins, discusses what influenced her decision to become an engineer, what her job as an engineer entails and why others should consider engineering as a career path.
David Wiggins, Senior Engineer at our Kendal Office, talks us through his work on the restoration of Brougham Castle Bridge, Cumbria, after it was badly damaged by floods during Storm Desmond in 2015.
John White, Associate at our Birmingham Office, discusses the current PRS landscape in Birmingham, as well as our work on the 46-storey Exchange Square project.
Curtins’ CEO Rob Melling discusses our support for the Year of Engineering initiative. This year will see us collaborate closely with schools across the country to enlighten and instigate change, by focusing our efforts on educating parents, teachers, as well as young people to just how exciting and diverse a career in engineering can be. Read more here.
Alison Horton, a Senior Engineer at our Birmingham Office, discusses how we have, and continue, to be a part of the ever-changing face of Birmingham City Centre.
Dan Evans talks about how Curtins hit their breakthrough on the design of research buildings and references our experience working on the new Michael Uren building.