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Invennt Ltd is a UK-based consultancy business formed to help customers of and suppliers to the construction industry gain greater value from their investment. We are passionate about construction, the construction industry and its reputation. We wish to see the construction industry recognised as a wealth generator for UK plc and an attractive and safe career for future generations. Our philosophy leverages four key strengths:
Customers value our honest and constructive view of their business. Our independence allows us to offer the best advice available. It also allows us act externally with discretion.
We recognise the value of trusting relationships and concentrate on their initiation and development. Our very broad network and proven ability to expand it enables us to gain a competitive edge or reduce risk for our customers.
We have gained a broad spectrum of business leadership and management knowledge with expertise from boardroom to site, backed up by significant study and research.
We have over 50 years’ practical experience of construction as principal contractors, management contractors and sub-contractors, both in the UK and overseas, and have run significant change programmes resulting in significant value-adding results.
Find out more about Invennt on our website: www.invennt.com.
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