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Knowledge – the key to success – UK Infrastructure strategic briefings

keyAt Invennt we pride ourselves on being at the fore of construction best practice and intelligence.

A thirst for knowledge, understanding and to continually learn is a key attribute of all our staff and something that is well embedded within our culture.

We work hard to know as much as we can about the state of the industry both in the now and what is coming.

But its not just about gathering information, it’s about understanding and interpreting the information and utilising this knowledge to underpin strategic decisions within your organisation or your personal career.

That is why we have developed a range of strategic briefings on a range of upcoming major infrastructure and building projects around the UK including:

  • HS3
  • Crossrail 2
  • Old Oak Common
  • Westferry printwork
  • Alpha square
  • Transpennine tunnel and
  • The restoration of the palace of Westminster.

We deliver these is in a workshop format, generally to an audience of senior leaders and executives. It is designed to facilitate a debate and action plan.

The workshop will be run by myself and will last 2-3 hours depending on level of debate and also what output you ultimately desire from the session.

If you are interested in understanding more about these or any other major programme of work drop me a line at and we can discuss further your requirements.

Tim Fitch

Tim Fitch has extensive civil engineering leadership experience, gained particularly in the geotechnical and rail sectors, where he has helped niche businesses become market leaders, and quadrupled turnover in Taylor Woodrow’s rail division.

With a strong background in business development, Tim spearheaded growth at Vinci’s civil engineering division, deploying customer relationship and pipeline management techniques to grow the company’s work in the transport and energy sectors.

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