Working in Cambridge

Since the founding of the University of Cambridge in the 13th century, Cambridge has remained as a centre for groundbreaking research and learning. Today, many leading and emerging biomedical and technical companies are based here.

Costello Medical has operated from Cambridge since the company’s foundation in 2008 and our headquarters in the heart of the city, next to the main railway station, are now home to over 90 colleagues.

Global headquarters

In July we officially moved in to our new Global headquarters, based on the 4th floor of 50/60 Station Road. A move eighteen months in the making, our internal Design team took suggestions and inspiration from our colleagues to plan out and furnish this new, state of the art office.

Located just 150 yards from Cambridge Train Station and surrounded by numerous bus links, this office is now home to over 90 colleagues from all divisions and service offerings.

Key Features

  • 16,500ft2 of open plan working space, with nine private meeting rooms and various hot desking areas
  • Large, communal kitchen and lounge area used for collaborative working and socialising during both lunchtimes and company-wide events
  • Fully stocked kitchen with complimentary fruit and biscuits, as well as a state-of-the-art coffee machine, serving nine different drinks.
  • The Zen Den: a private, relaxing space designed for the enjoyment of our colleagues and to promote wellbeing
  • The Journey Wall: a timeline detailing the history and growth of Costello Medical, proudly on display for all employees and guests
  • The Values Wall: this highlights Costello Medical’s ethos and approach to working
  • Close to Cambridge city centre, Cambridge Leisure Park and surrounded by cafés, shops and amenities
  • Step-free access throughout, fully adjustable workstations, disabled toilets and more.

Why Cambridge?

Transport
  • Reach King’s Cross by train in 50 minutes and Stansted Airport in 30 minutes
  • The Guided Busway and other bus services link a network of villages to the city centre
  • Excellent cycling infrastructure across the city, with shower and changing facilities at the office
Housing and Accommodation
  • Short-term accommodation is relatively easy to find and new housing is increasing the availability of rented accommodation city-wide. Please ask our HR team for our House Hunting Guide if you are looking for accommodation
  • Surrounding villages, with easy access to the city, including by rail, offer a quieter alternative
Dining
  • Cambridge has a bounty of historic pubs, with many serving excellent grub and local ales
  • An evolving and vibrant independent food scene has emerged, with numerous pop-ups
  • CB1, the area closest to our offce, is graced with a range of coffee shops and lunch-spot favourites
Entertainment
  • The Junction and Cambridge Corn Exchange play host to international music and comedy acts
  • Cambridge also houses numerous smaller intimate venues as well as the annual Folk Festival in July

Things to do in Cambridge

If you are visiting Cambridge for the first time to attend an interview at the Costello Medical headquarters, we highly recommend that you take some time to explore this beautiful, historic city.