The Cambridge HQ’d geotechnical and environmental consultancy EPS has opened an office in Leeds. This new location in the centre of the city will strengthen the company’s northern presence, offering a dedicated space to meet with clients and partners, old and new, as well as allowing the team to be closer to many ongoing northern projects.
The Leeds office is led by Lee Anderson, originally from Cambridge and already a well-known figure to many of the company’s existing clients. The office is centrally located on East Parade, within easy reach of the railway station. Lee says: “I am genuinely excited that EPS now has a base in Leeds where we will continue to deliver our ethos of being useful, pragmatic and achieving results in a pro-active manner. This new location improves accessibility for clients in the region and means we can continue to communicate effectively to ensure we achieve what our clients really need.”
Director Will Evans says “We’re really pleased to be creating a new regional footprint in our geotechnical and environmental market. The move has largely been a response to clients who we have been working with for several years and it just makes sense to be closer. Now of course we are excited about what new opportunities the EPS approach can bring!”
The address for the new office is: 10-12 East Parade, Leeds, LS1 2BH
EPS was established in 2001 by founding directors Will Evans and Giles Lock. The company now employs over 25 staff working on contaminated land and development projects across the UK for clients varying from fuel retailers to planners, land agents, architects and house builders. www.epstrategies.co.uk