Construction Industry Disputes 

John Redmond's litigation practice has been focused on the construction industry since 1978.  
In his role as head of construction first at Laytons and subsequently Osborne Clarke he has represented main contractors, large sub-contractors and building owners in all forms of dispute resolution in the UK and internationally. His cases have included projects as diverse as the refurbishment of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, the construction of Dublin Port Tunnel, Docklands Light Railway, hospitals, prisons, hotels, waste to energy plants and wind farms. 
As an arbitrator he has dealt with construction disputes since admission to the Chartered Institute Panel in 1994. He was one of the first adjudicators to act under the statutory adjudication process introduced in 1998 and has handled over 200 adjudications to date. He is on institutional panels of adjudicators maintained by several adjudicator appointing bodies such as the RICS and TeCSA. 
He has been appointed as Expert by the International Chamber of Commerce for expertise proceedings about a motorway construction project in Nigeria. 
He is an accredited mediator (CIArb) and mediates disputes of all sizes, including cases involving multiple parties. He has acted as Expert in Expert Determination cases and as Chair of a Dispute Adjudication Board in FIDIC contracts. 
He is a member of ArbDB, the London based International Arbitration & Dispute Board Chambers. 
His publications include Civil Engineering Claims and Adjudication in Construction Disputes, both published by Blackwell and has contributed regularly to Building Magazine. He is a frequent speaker at major conferences in the UK and Europe. 
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