Principal Consultant, Growth and Operations
Andrew has over 12 years of experience developing and managing a wide range of infrastructure projects. He plays a leading role in strategic planning, opportunity management, proposal preparation and corporate development initiatives. He is also responsible for project delivery and execution.
Andrew has managed studies for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and several government agencies. His experience includes leading an assignment to develop a strategy for the privatization of the Muscat Electricity Distribution Company, the largest distribution company in Oman. For the World Bank, Andrew managed a study to assess the competitiveness of the Trans-Caucasus Transit Corridor (CTC) in Azerbaijan and Georgia and developed recommendations for improvement. In the past year, he has managed a project with the World Bank to develop PPP options for bus operations in Dhaka, an assignment to develop a renewable energy roadmap for the Government of the Republic of Nauru and a study to develop a PPP Policy for the Islamic Development Bank.
Andrew is currently working with the Government of Rwanda on a study to assess the institutional structure of the energy sector and develop recommendations for improving performance and efficiency. In addition, he supports various corporate initiatives at CPCS aimed at strengthening the company’s processes and procedures, as well as training staff in best practices.
B.A., International Development and Globalization, University of Ottawa
3 fun facts:
- Loves to water ski at his cottage in the summer and downhill ski in the winter
- Plays the guitar and sings along to his favourite Oasis songs
- Can name the capital city and identify the national flag of all 193 countries
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