On 5 February 2021, Collaborative Project Management Services Limited (CPMS) became part of French construction engineering and mobility services group, Egis. Egis is a €1.22bn turnover worldwide business with a global workforce of 15,800. In the last few years, Egis has been involved in several projects in the UK and Ireland, including the Dublin Luas […]
CPMS Consulting is delighted to have been successful in its bid for the Project Management Specialist Lot on the new Southern Project Support Services Framework for Network Rail. The framework, which will run for a minimum of 5 years, will involve a wide range of work across the Southern Region and call upon the skills […]
Peter George, Meridian Water Programme Director, London Borough of Enfield, and Damien Gent, Managing Director, CPMS Infrastructure, talk about the ground-breaking work undertaken by the London Borough of Enfield to deliver the rail infrastructure needed to increase passenger capacity at the newly built Meridian Water rail station and regenerate brownfield land to make space for […]
CPMS is proud to be supporting the Give a Laptop Scheme. Last year BBC radio stations helped members of the public donate thousands of old laptops and tablets for schoolchildren to use across England. For those pupils, who were sharing devices at home or did not have devices to use it made a huge difference. […]
Throughout January the CPMS Group team will be taking part in Run the Month. A marathon challenge to raise awareness and funds for lifesaving research and to support services for men and their families affected by prostate cancer. The team will be running, jogging, walking and even cycling to reach the 26.2 miles! Good luck […]
Over the holiday period the CPMS Consulting team worked as part of One Team Wessex Structures, to successfully complete planned possession works at Millway Road Overbridge. The scheme’s aim is to strengthen and refurbish the overline bridge near Andover Station to provide a 40 tonne load carrying capability for public highway structures over the railway.