CPCS Transcom

Company description

CPCS Transcom Limited is an award-winning international infrastructure development firm specialising in private sector participation in transport, energy, and urban development sectors. An Ottawa, Ontario-based company, CPCS operates in more than 80 countries worldwide, particularly in Africa and Southeast Asia. Established in 1996 via a merger of firms, Hickling Transcom and CPCS International, CPCS Transcom was recognized by the 1999 Canadian Information Productivity Awards for its "Comprehensive Information and Systems Core Business Strategy".

CPCS provides advisory services across a broad spectrum of infrastructure sectors, including: ports and port facilities, railways, urban transit and property development, electric power, marine, multimodal logistics and roads. CPCS has international expertise in the areas of transaction structuring, public-private partnerships(PPP), financial and economic modeling, legal and regulatory reform, operations, engineering and social and environmental advisory.

Company details

72 Chamberlain Avenue

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Company updates

  • March 15, 2019

    CPCS signs contract for Western Region LRT project in Colombo

    The Government of Sri Lanka has signed a contract with CPCS to deliver transaction advisory services to the Ministry of Megapolis and Western Development (MMWD) for the development of a Light Rail Tra...

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  • March 09, 2016

    Nigeria to award concession of port terminals

    The Infrastructure Concession and Regulatory Commission (ICRC) of the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has plans to complete the awarding of the Kirikiri Light Terminals Phase I & II (KLT I &am...

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  • June 24, 2014

    Philippines renews Panel of consulting firms

    The Philippine Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center has announced the initial list of 19 prequalified firms that will join the Project Development and Monitoring Facility's (PDMF) new Panel of Cons...

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  • May 23, 2013

    Rebelgroup to prepare a feasibility study for the Manila Makati pasay paranaque mass transit system

    The Philippine Department of Transportation and Communications and the PPP Center hired on May 8 the Netherlands-based Rebel Group to prepare a feasibility study for the Manila-Makati-Pasay-Parañaque...

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