Jeremy Dixon

BSc MSc (London) FRICS FCIArb FinstCES Dip Adj

Jeremy is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and is also qualified in construction law. He is a highly experienced dispute resolution specialist with over 40 years’ experience in the construction industry. Whilst Jeremy’s career has been mainly based in the UK, he gained valuable overseas experience from assignments in Africa, the Middle East, Italy and Iceland.

Jeremy is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (‘RICS’), a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors Society of Construction Law and has a BSc in Quantity Surveying, an MSc in Construction Law and a Diploma in Adjudication. Jeremy is a regular attendee at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators South East Branch and has been a NEC Users’ Group representative for many years.

Jeremy’s experience encompasses both building and civil engineering. He started his career as a quantity surveyor working for a regional contractor based in North Yorkshire working on a multi-million-pound highways project, before working for a multi-national engineering consultancy for over 35 years.

Jeremy’s career experience includes working in a variety of construction industry sectors covering infrastructure, roads, rail, water, power, oil and gas, education, healthcare, commercial and industrial buildings. Jeremy has extensive experience in dealing with standard forms of contract such as JCT, NEC, FIDIC, IChemE, as well bespoke forms of contract in the UK and overseas.
Jeremy works as a construction contracts specialist and professional consultant in an advisory capacity for both non-contentious and contentious work. He provides a full range of pre-contract advice and post-contract claims and formal dispute resolution procedures.

Jeremy has been a party representative in adjudications for both referring parties and responding parties, including the drafting of submissions through to administering an adjudication tribunal on behalf of clients. Jeremy sits on the UK Adjudicators panel of adjudicators and sits on the RICS Low Value Dispute Panel (LDV) panel of adjudicators.