David Curtis Consultant

David Curtis



About David

David Curtis, Consultant, began working for Lerch Bates in 2014. He is currently working in the Lerch Bates Washington, DC Office providing vertical transportation design and analysis. David joins the international consulting firm for vertical transportation, facade access and materials management with over thirty-seven (37) years of experience in the elevator consultant industry. David previously worked in New Equipment Sales Engineer / Project manager / Service Manager for Thyssenkrupp Elevator in its Washington DC and Baltimore offices. Prior to Thyssenkrupp David worked as a field technician with Otis, Dover and Thyssenkrupp Elevator Companies.

Areas of Expertise

Related Experience

  • National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC
  • Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC
  • McLean Hilton, McLean, VA
  • Watergate Hotel Renovation, Washington, DC
  • Northwest Hospital, Baltimore, MD
  • Holiday Inn, Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
  • LiUNA, Washington, DC
  • Diamond Beach Condominiums, Ocean City
  • National Law Enforcement Memorial, Washington, DC
  • Hyatt Place Hotel, Washington, DC
  • GWU Site 77A on Square 77, Washington, DC
  • Hyatt Place South, Virginia Beach, VA
  • Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC
  • 1630 & 1640 King Street, Alexandria, VA
  • National Intelligence University, Washington, DC
  • National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
  • Bank of America, Richmond, VA
  • Camden Yards Warehouse, Baltimore, MD
  • Embassy Suites, DC, Washington, DC
  • Reston Town Center, Blocks 4 and 5, Reston, VA
  • 1244 South Capitol Street, SE, Washington, DC
  • NASA, Greenbelt, MD
  • Wharf Intercontinental Hotel, Washington, DC

Registrations & Certifications

  • C.E.I. #4645 – Certified Inspector
  • NAESA – National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities


NEIEP – National Elevator Industry Educational Program

Office Location

Washington D.C.

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