The conflict between keeping the UK’s vital rail network open against the demand to enhance an ageing infrastructure means that improvement programmes are increasingly complex.
CPC has extensive experience in the rail industry delivering technical advice and consultancy support on major infrastructure and construction projects for the DfT, Network Rail, TOCs (Train Operating Companies) and ROSCOs (Rolling Stock Operating Companies).
We provide bespoke, innovative and flexible solutions regardless of the size or structure of your scheme. Our experienced team are leading cross-industry programmes that are transforming the way in which rail services are run and operated such as ‘on-track’ to ‘on-train’ signalling fitment and smart ticketing.
Our strength lies in our ability to provide strong leadership and stakeholder confidence to projects to help our client’s succeed. CPC’s knowledge and understanding of the ever-changing UK rail industry brings certainty and consistency to our project delivery.
- Transport advisory
- Programme management
- Project management
- Cost management
- Commercial management
- Project controls
- Change management
- Technical Assurance
- Strategic advice
- Procurement advice
- Infrastructure delivery
We are a supplier of choice for many rail organisations and have been appointed to consultancy frameworks including the DfT’s STARTwo framework (Technical Advice & Transport Project and Programme Management Advice ), High Speed 1’s Project Integrator framework, Network Rail’s Management Consultancy framework and Network Rail’s Design Services framework.
We are an active member within the rail industry and are gold members of the Young Rail Professionals (YRP) and exclusive sponsor for their Annual Dinner to celebrate the contribution of those at the start of their careers in rail.
CPC’s Associate Partner John Chappell works with the Railway Industry Association (RIA), and is currently their SME Chair liaising with government officials and industry leaders to represent the SME supplier community in Rail.