About Consia

Consia is a private Danish registered company that undertakes international consultancy tasks with transfer of technology to developing and emerging countries. Since the company was established in April 2000, Consia has undertaken over 200 technical assignments in over 55 countries in Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa.


Through specific technical assistance services, the company has a vision to contribute to the reinforce-ment of national capacity, and to promote sustain-able development, within the following core sectors:

  • Roads and Transport
    • Road Sector Management
    • Urban Transport
    • Road Safety
    • Road Maintenance
  • Institutional Development
  • Human Resource Development
  • Education
  • Agriculture and Rural Development

Within these sectors Consia places emphasis at organisational strengthening and institutional development through local participation, technology-transfer projects and human resource development


The company’s professional personnel are responsible for technical consultancy services, providing support to project managers and team-leaders to ensure quality services and solutions throughout the project-cycle.

Consia staff and associates are composed of experts with high academic attainment who all have considerable experience from working with overseas projects on short and long-term assignments. On specific projects, Consia normally cooperates with local firms in order to ensure technology transfer, to build national capacity and to facilitate local participation.

Consia is a member of the Association of Consulting Engineers in Denmark (FRI) and the company is registered with international financial institutions (World Bank, Inter American Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank and the Nordic Development Fund).

What we offer


Urban Transport

Urban growth and transformation creates economic, environmental and social problems. An Urban Transport Policy aims to create a sustainable foundation through institutional development, the creation of integrated transport strategies, the improvement of sustainable financial mechanisms for sector expansion and the increase of public-private partnership in the investment and operation of urban transport systems.


Institutional Development

Institutional building is generally heralded as the missing link in development, as a primary objective of aid, and as a necessary condition for sustainable development. Such strengthening is especially pressing at the policy level where complex economic and political trends test the ability of institutions to deliver effective policies. Further, institutional strengthening is directed at the introduction of change programmes based on institutional reforms and renewal.