London, United Kingdom, – May 2019 – Rania Kaadan, Technical Consultant at specialist construction business consultancy, Invennt, has been declared the winner of the Best Young Woman in Construction award and one of the top five Most Distinguished Women in Europe at the 5th annual European Women In Construction and Engineering Awards.
Rania was honoured in the Best Young Woman In Construction category at the awards for her success as a leading female role model in the sector and her impact on the construction industry.
Chosen by a panel of experts including business leaders from construction and wider industry, Rania was among 9 finalists shortlisted for the award which recognises excellence in the field of construction and engineering. Rania was also awarded the additional accolade of one of the top five Most Distinguished Women in Europe.
Celebrating her win, Rania said: “Last night was one of the most memorable nights of my life, not only was I awarded the Best Young Woman in Construction Award but I was also recognised as one of the top five Most Distinguished Women in Europe for 2019 at the European Women in Construction and Engineering Awards.
“I am so grateful for this acknowledgment and I would like to take this opportunity to thank every person who made this possible. Well done for all the winners and finalists, it was a great pleasure to be among you all.”
Download Rania’s full statement here.
Invennt is the UK’s leading specialist construction Business Consultancy. The business was founded by Brendan Morahan and Tim Fitch to help the construction industry get greater value from their investments. The company’s services include business strategy development, productivity & operational improvement, business development and marketing, collaboration and R&D tax credit claims.