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Charles Mills joins CPC as Project Director
CPC Project Services

Charles Mills

CPC is delighted to announce the appointment of Charles Mills who will be joining CPC’s Transport and Infrastructure division, as Project Director, to support the delivery of major projects in the rail sector.

Charles has over 25 years’ experience of programme and change management and joins CPC from London Underground where he was Head of LU Stations, Renewals and Enhancements, responsible for multi million pound station construction programmes.

He has worked on significant rail projects in the UK including leading London Underground’s team interfacing with Crossrail, Network Rail’s Control Room Integration with Train Operating Companies to regulate train activities and the Jubilee Line extension.

Charles has a Masters in Project Management and chairs the Constructing Excellence Procurement Interest Group, was a Member of the Cabinet Office Trial Projects Working Group in 2016 and is on the current judging panel for the Association for Project Management Awards.

Charles Mills said: “I am delighted to be joining one of the top project management consultancies in the UK, and working with CPC’s Partner, Andy Norris to bring new and innovative solutions to major infrastructure and change programmes for CPC’s clients”

Andy Norris, CPC Partner said “Charles will be an invaluable addition to our team, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge in delivering successful transport programmes, so that we can continue to expand our service excellence in rail”

Notes to Editor

  • CPC Project Services is an independent project management and commercial management consultancy for the Transport, Residential, Commercial, Health and Education sectors.
  • CPC employ over 150 highly skilled project and commercial management staff.
  • CPC has offices in London, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Midlands, Stansted and Oxford. Our HQ is Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HP.
  • CPC's current projects include:
    • Transport for London’s Four Lines Signalling Modernisation Programme (CPC and Mace Joint Venture).
    • London Underground’s Bank Station Capacity Upgrade programme.
    • London Underground’s Jubilee and Northern Line Fleet Reliability programme (Condition Based Maintenance).
    • NJRP’s (National Joint ROSCO Project) European Train Control System (ETCS) roll-out programme;
    • Department for Transport’s Smart Ticketing - Commercial and Programme Management.
  • For more information or to request an interview, or a photograph please contact: Julia Leach Marketing Manager at / 07733 067 993