CPCS, CDIL’s parent company, is an international infrastructure consulting firm providing advisory services to public and private sector clients. CPCS has over four decades of experience in identifying, planning, financing and implementing strategies and projects for energy, transport and urban infrastructure development.
In both emerging and developed economies, CPCS has provided realistic advice, based on objective analysis and understanding of the local context and environment, on developing, and/or improving the efficiency and competitiveness of infrastructure facilities to foster trade, investment, and economic growth.
CPCS has been active in Africa for over 20 years and has closed on $10 billion of transactions on the continent. CPCS has nine offices across the region, including in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Tanzania.
CPCS has completed many projects in the energy sector, including acting as transaction advisor for the Federal Government on the privatization of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) and the national power generation (NIPP) plants. CPCS is also the transaction advisor for the 750MW Kafue Gorge hydro project in Zambia. CPCS has worked in over 40 countries across the continent for governments, international organizations, development agencies and private companies.