Month: February 2018

Liberating the Northern Powerhouse

For many decades there has been a growing need to rebalance the distribution of business and commerce from London and the south east to the major cities in the north, primarily Leeds, Bradford, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield. It is widely accepted that the economic development of the North will be underpinned by a comprehensive overhaul …

Transport sector growth for CPC

In response to growing client demand, CPC is expanding its project management and technical advisory services in the North of England. A new dedicated CPC team has been appointed to the region, including Adam Richmond, Project Director, who has been working on developing and delivering some of the North’s most high-profile and challenging transport projects …

CPC at MIPIM 2018

We will be attending, MIPIM, the largest annual international property event from 13-16 March 2018 in Cannes, France.     Please get in touch with CPC’s Duncan Adams or Steve Mole if you would like to meet with us.

Break the chains to transform transport

Technology should be revolutionising the way transport works but we have barely scratched the surface of what is possible. Giles Henday talks to Infrastructure Intelligence about the challenges the new CEO of Network Rail will face, when they takeover from the retiring Mark Carne, at the start of Control Period 6 (CP6) in April 2019. As digital technologies …

John Chappell joins CPC

CPC is delighted to announce the appointment of John Chappell who will be joining CPC’s Transport and Infrastructure division as Associate Partner, to support the delivery of projects in the rail sector. John is an experienced portfolio and programme leader who has led operations and transformation in both the regulated transport sector and in private …