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Construction Consultant Minto Bose Launches His Own Firm

Minto Bose, a prominent New York City-based international construction and real estate consultant, has established a new cost consulting, project management, and owner and tenant representation firm Elemint Consulting. The consultancy, which currently has an active project portfolio valued at $150 million, provides its services across all market segments and project types.  

“Due to the recovering economy, numerous U.S.-based and international companies are currently either expanding or reevaluating their real estate footprint both in New York City and nationwide,” said Bose, who manages the new company as principal and founder. “Elemint was established to provide these organizations, both tenants and property owners, with cost control, project management, and owner’s representation services that optimize real estate utilization and ensure proper cost management and oversight of construction and development projects.” 

Bose founded his own firm after serving as partner-in-charge of the Manhattan-based U.S. office of CHP International, which he joined in 2008. 


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