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Dr. Nabil M. Shehadeh

Nationality: British
Date of Birth: 18 August 1960

Education

Degree: Ph.D. The University of Leeds, U.K. – September 1990
Area of Specialization:Construction Law
Degree: M.Sc. The University of Leeds, U.K - October 1985
Area of Specialization:Construction Management
Degree: BTEC Diploma Severn Trent Water Limited, U.K August 1993
Area of Specialization:Design and Operation of Water Systems
Degree: High Education Certificate Academy of Construction Adjudication, U.K 1997
Course Title:Adjudication in Construction
Degree: B.Sc. Kuwait University, Kuwait 1982
Area of Specialization:Civil Engineering

Training (attended)
Institution: Eagle Training, U.K November 1987
Course Title:Construction Claims
Institution: Institute of Civil Engineers, U.K November 1984 – March 1985
Course Title: Civil Engineering Contract Law
Institution: Barbour Index, U.K November 1994
Course Title: Computerized Documentation Control and British Standards
Institution: Welcom, London - U.K April 1998
Course Title: Project Planning and Cost Control using OpenPlan and Cobra
Institution: Projacs, Dubai – UAE May 2002
Course Title: Primavera Enterprise

Professional Qualifications

Member of the Association of Project Managers uk

Member of the Academy of Construction Adjudicators uk

Practical Experience
April 2004 – Now
Organization: Hill International (Claims Consultant Project Management)
Position: Contracts/Claims Manager
April 2002 – April 2004
Organization: Dubai Municipality (UAE)
Position: Contracts/Claims Expert
October 2000 – March 2002
Organization: Al Hamed Development and Construction (UAE)
Position: Budgeting and Cost Control Manager
September 1997 – September 2000
Organization: Building Design Partnership (Manchester –U.K.)
Position: Senior Planning and Cost Engineer
December 1996 – September 1997
Organization: James R Knowles – Claims Consultant (Nottingham –U.K)
Position: Claims Consultant

October 1990 – December 1996

Organization: Severn Trent Water – Leicester, U.K
Position: Contract/Project Manager
July 1988 – November 1989
Organization: Pan Arab Consulting Engineers (Kuwait)
Position: Planning and Cost Engineer
November 1985 – October 1986
Organization: General Syndicate Contracting Co. (Kuwait)
Position: Planning Engineer
September 1982 – October 1984
Organization: General Syndicate Contracting Co. (Kuwait)
Position: Site Engineer

Publications:

  1. “Statistical Modeling of Claims Procedures and Construction Conflicts”, Conflict Management and Resolution – UMIST 25-27 September 1992
  2. “Clients and their role in Project Performance”, The Seventh Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management 1991
  3. “Statistical Prediction Models for Construction Claims”, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management 1990.

Seminars (lectured)

  1. Arbitration in FIDIC Contracts and Claims Management, September 2005.
  2. Construction Disputes in Dubai, presented in the “Major Project Development in Dubai” – March 2005
  3. “Budgets and Cost Control for Construction Projects”, September 2005, Sharjah -UAE
  4. “Construction Contract Management”, August 2005, Sharjah -UAE
  5. The FIDIC Contracts – A Practical Guide to Using and Understanding the International Conditions of Contract for Construction., July 2005, Sharjah -UAE .
  6. “Claims Management and Dispute Resolution”, June 2005, Dubai-UAE
  7. “Claims Management”, March 2004, May 2004, April 2005 and May 2005, Dubai
  8. “Types of Contracts in Construction”, January 2003, Dubai-UAE
  9. “Project Planning in Building Design and Construction”, February 1999, Manchester – UK

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