Leading building services engineering practice, Tate Consulting, has expanded into new offices in Leeds city centre.

Tate Consulting has relocated its Leeds office into a newly refurbished office suite within Bruntwood Works’ 14 King Street development, in the heart of Leeds city centre’s financial district, which will further support the growth of its team. The company, which also has offices in Belfast, London and Harrogate, was previously based near Elland Road.

Ray Cavanagh, Leeds office director at Tate Consulting added: “We now plan to continue growing our Leeds team and will recruit more mechanical and electrical engineers at all levels this year, and relocating into Leeds city centre will support this.

“As well as giving us space to grow, 14 King Street offers meeting rooms, break out areas, showers, cycle storage and an impressive reception area, in a prime central location with the railway station and all the city’s bars, restaurants and shops on the doorstep, which makes it a fantastic place to work.

“The move also gives our colleagues and customers better access to the office via the public transport network, thus supporting our growth strategy to attract and retain the very best talent, as well as our environmental commitment to reducing our carbon footprint.”

Tate Consulting provides a full range of commercial engineering solutions from MEP concept design to project handover and post-occupancy evaluation, as well as building physics, fire engineering services, sustainability and building performance assessments and master planning.

The company is currently working on numerous high-profile residential projects including build to rent developments across the UK for Moda Living and various schemes in London for Rockwell, which include a 30-storey tower in Canary Wharf. In addition, Tate Consulting is working for Primark on several state-of-the-art distribution centres throughout Europe, supporting high street giant, The Range, on new store openings, and providing mechanical and electrical services on a new distribution centre and offices for publishing house HarperCollins in Glasgow, which is being developed by Tritax Symmetry.