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Robin Blois-Brooke


University of Oxford, Engineering Science, Open Scholar, MA, 1973
Chartered Engineer, 1977
Chartered Arbitrator, 1999

Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers
Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators' Panel of Arbitrators

Robin Blois-Brooke has over forty years’ experience in the construction industry in the United Kingdom and abroad on projects ranging from commercial and residential developments to large infrastructure schemes, with particular emphasis on geotechnics, ground treatment, foundations and structures, together with roofing, glazing, curtain walling and cladding.

Robin has acted as an Expert in a wide range of disputes, dealing with issues that have included design and workmanship defects, professional negligence, delay and disruption claims. He has given evidence and has been subjected to cross examination on several occasions in the Technology & Construction Court, in the Court of Session, and at Arbitrations.

Robin has been appointed as the sole Arbitrator in over twenty disputes involving various aspects of building and civil engineering, almost all of which have led to published Awards. He has also acted as a party-appointed Arbitrator and as the Chairman of the Tribunal in DIAC arbitrations.

Robin has written and contributed to Reports on soils, fenestration and cladding published by the Building Research Establishment, CWCT and CIRIA.

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