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the depths magazine

This issue’s theme is “illuminating the complex”

Hi! I’m Dolir, a deep-sea diver and CPCS’s mascot.

My job is to guide my teammates because you never know what kind of challenges they’ll run into in the depths of their work!

In 2022, my teammates illuminated complex infrastructure projects, identified solutions to difficult problems, opportunities and more. I’ve asked what illuminating the complex means to a few of them. It gives me great pleasure to share their responses!

Facing head on the sustainable infrastructure challenge

CPCS is working with clients on designing decarbonization, mitigation and adaptation solutions. We know too well that the global transport and energy sectors are big greenhouse gas emitters, so our purpose is clear: guide leaders on how to improve critical infrastructure and limit their negative impacts.

Some client work

A token of appreciation for joining CPCS

I give to each new colleague a fun welcome kit that matches my deep-sea diving style! 

Fun facts

Explore our teams page to get to know my colleagues and their illuminating interests! 

FCP officially rebrands as CPCS

FCP, a well-known UK-based strategic rail advisory firm that merged with CPCS in 2020 has officially rebranded to match its parent company.

A career with impact
CPCS has allowed me to learn and grow in a space that I truly care about, and where my work can really matter.
CPCS has amazing diversity
CPCS takes serious actions in building a better future and that’s why I love my job.
I love having creative freedom
Design is my passion and I have creative freedom at CPCS, which is very rare to find.
I get to see projects come to life!
I love my job because I work in a role that’s simultaneously challenging and rewarding.
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“I love my job”

Some of my colleagues shared their favourite things about working at CPCS!

Some projects that kept CPCS busy in 2022