Nicholas Hall

MCIArb, MSc, LLM, BEng (Hons),

  • Associate Director
  • +44 (0)7484 189388

A Consummate professional, Nicholas Hall is a practical, meticulous, reliable and dedicated claims consultant with 22 years’ industrial experience. Nicholas’s experience includes planning, delay analysis, structural design, quality assurance and site supervision for infrastructure, petrochemical, rail and tunnel projects in the UK, Singapore, Middle East and Africa. As a planning manager Nicholas, has gained solid practical experience in the preparation of construction programmes and the monitoring of the progress of projects. In making the transition to a delay analyst, Nicholas has gained further experience in delay analysis, claims preparation and counter claims on complex multi-billion dollar projects in the United Arab Emirates, Sudan, Oman, Saudi Arabia and South Korea.

Nicholas has obtained a LLM in Construction Law and Arbitration from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Nicholas is familiar with most current standard forms of Contract and is skilled in the use of Primavera Project Planner P6 and P3 software.

To date, Nicholas’s geographical experience include Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sudan, United Arab Emirates, South Korean, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Qatar.


Position:

Associate Director

Qualifications:

MSc, BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering, LLM Construction Law and Arbitration

Memberships & Associations:

MCIArb, MSc, LLM, BEng (Hons),

Contract Experience:

FIDIC, JCT, REDAS, SIA Lump Sum

Sectors:

Building, Energy, Infrastructure

Regional Experience:

United Kingdom, Middle East, South East Asia, Africa

Highlights:

Forensic Delay Analyst, extensive knowledge of Extension of Time submissions, planning and monitoring construction projects from tender through to completion stages. Experience in structural design, quality assurance and site supervision for infrastructure, petrochemical, rail and tunnel projects

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