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Contract management and construction claims and dispute resolution services.
We are an experienced multi-disciplinary practice providing a range of innovative contract management and construction claims and dispute resolution services.
The Kenzie Group is an experienced multi-disciplinary practice providing a team of highly experienced and qualified construction claims consultants, delay analysts, contract managers and quantity surveyors for your contract management and construction dispute resolution needs within the construction and engineering sectors.
Comprising two divisions – Kenzie Project Services and Kenzie Dispute Resolution – the group provides qualified and dedicated professionals across the disciplines of contract management, construction claims management, adjudication, arbitration and litigation.
All professionals working within Kenzie Group are hand-picked for their extensive industry knowledge and experience with backgrounds in construction and engineering.
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