Daniel Rowe


Daniel is a very highly respected Expert within the field of construction contracts and dispute resolution consultancy.

A chartered quantity surveyor by profession, Daniel is the Chairman of Jackson Rowe, a company of chartered quantity surveyors offering quantity surveying, commercial management, dispute & claims and expert services.

Daniel has over 40 years of experience in the construction industry; experience gained throughout the UK, Europe, India, Africa, Middle East and Far East. During the last 30 years Daniel has been involved, at a senior level, in the preparation, defence and negotiation of contractual claims, in the building, civil engineering, petro-chemical, process engineering, rail, infrastructure and local government sectors.

Appointed to act as Expert Witness in disputes concerning, inter alia, quantum for cost reimbursement, contractual interpretation, measurement, disruption, valuation, defects (workmanship and/or design), extension of time, liquidated damages, prolongation, compensation events, loss and expense and professional insurance negligence, on a wide variety of standard forms of contract as well as bespoke forms of contract.

Daniel has acted as Expert in Chief and/or Expert Witness in litigation, arbitration, ADR, tribunals, dispute boards, mediation and adjudication.

Daniel has provided expert evidence in tribunals, dispute boards, mediation, adjudication, arbitration, the County Court, the High Court and the Technology and Construction Court.

Acted as court appointed Single Joint Expert in litigation and appointed Single Joint Expert in ADR and mediation.

Acted as Expert to adjudicator.

In court Daniel has been cross-examined by solicitors, counsel and under examination by judges. Daniel has also been called to give evidence and be cross-examined by a judge concurrently (sometimes called ‘Hot Tubbing’).

Acts on behalf of referring and responding parties in the management of proceedings in arbitration and adjudication and also appointed to act as Quantum Expert by adjudicators and on behalf of referring and responding parties.

Advises technical experts, in-house legal departments, solicitors and barristers.

Acting in a senior capacity, manages colleagues and/or, either internally or externally appointed consultants in the preparation of contractual claims for loss and expense on behalf of the pursuing party, and acts in defending contractual claims brought against the defending party, including litigation support services.

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