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Top appointments for CPC’s Transport & Infrastructure division

CPC has made two new appointments to its Partnership to bolster its Transport & Infrastructure Division.

Nicholas Lloyd, an existing CPC Partner, has been promoted to Head of Transport & Infrastructure. This is a new role that has been created to enable CPC to support its significant growth in this sector and to meet its ambitious business plan over the next 3-5 years. In addition, CPC has expanded its Partnership by promoting Scott Townsley to Partner, to lead its Commercial Services offering in Transport.

With a background in Building Surveying, Nicholas joined CPC in May 2012, as Project Manager. Since then, he has built his project management career at CPC, demonstrating a flair for building teams and creating new business opportunities within the Transport & Infrastructure Delivery environment.

Nicholas Lloyd CPC Head of Transport and Infrastructure Scott Townsley CPC Partner Commercial Services

Scott joined CPC in October 2021 from TfL, where he was a Head of Commercial for their Major Projects Directorate, to grow CPC’s Commercial Services team, which has seen its numbers double in the last 18 months, and expand its reach across the UK.

Steve Mole said “I am delighted to congratulate Nicholas and Scott on their promotions that will bring strength and depth to CPC’s strategic objectives. Since joining CPC’s Partnership in 2019, Nicholas has proven that he has the requisite capability and drive to lead our Transport & Infrastructure division and Scott has established a credible commercial services team in a short space of time.

I wish Nicholas and Scott every success and will continue to support them over the coming months as they transition into their new roles at CPC.”