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Inspiring NextGen female leaders

Date: 30/11/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

On 4th December, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is holding its Annual Christmas Ball in London, its biggest yet, by far, demonstrating the growing commitment of both individuals and corporate business to...

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London’s Housing Vision: Is it Fit for the Future?

Date: 31/10/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

With the recent launch of the Mayor’s housing strategy, currently out for consultation, we are reminded of the housing crises we face in the Capital and that of other major cities across the UK. The...

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Charles Mills Joins CPC

Date: 10/10/2017     
Category: News

CPC is delighted to announce the appointment of Charles Mills who will be joining CPC’s Transport and Infrastructure division, as Project Director, to support the delivery of major projects in the rail sector. Charles is...

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Renaissance of the Railway

Date: 30/09/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

Is the UK’s railway a victim of its own success? This was the view of Chris Grayling MP and Secretary of State for Transport in his opening address at the UK Rail Summit on 13...

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CPC retains top position as largest SME in PM

Date: 28/09/2017     
Category: News

Building magazine’s 2017 Consultants’ league table places CPC as the top project management SME in the UK for the third year in a row. The annual survey of over 500 firms ranks consultants by number...

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Cognitive Dissonance

Date: 31/08/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

One of the benefits of a lazy summer vacation is the opportunity to finally read the books you were gifted the Christmas before. One of my more insightful reads, whilst on my sun lounger, was...

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Getting from A to B – a ‘one-system’ approach

Date: 21/08/2017     
Category: Insight

Building roads is slow, expensive, disruptive and often controversial. Can development of the digital infrastructure and a 'single system' transport approach provide a better way? Read Giles Henday’s insight with Talking Heads in full Please...

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The Untapped Power of Big Data

Date: 31/07/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

In May’s blog I highlighted how CPC had project managed the design and construction of the University of Oxford’s Big Data Institute (BDI).  Managing Big Data is a growing theme across industry with the internet...

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Housing Targets Constrained by Land

Date: 30/06/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

For the second consecutive year, CPC hosted a lunch in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual conference in Manchester, bringing together 55 guests from a variety of housing associations, registered providers, private developers...

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London: Refocused

Date: 31/05/2017     
Category: Steve's Blog

I thought I knew everything that was going on in my home City, London, but my colleague, Duncan Adams, and I learnt a great deal more visiting some of the major development zones in the...

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