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Dr Cyril Chern named Adjudicator of the Year at FIDIC Contract User Awards 2023

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8 December 2023

We are delighted that Dr Cyril Chern has been named Adjudicator of the Year by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) Contract User Awards 2023.

The FIDIC is the global representative body for national associations of consulting engineers and represents over one million engineering professionals and 40,000 firms in about 100 countries worldwide

Cyril has more than 40 years’ of experience in the area of international infrastructure engineering and construction matters, including in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Far East and the Americas. He has also written eight books dealing with FIDIC contracts and adjudication. One in particular is considered the ‘bible’ for dispute boards and next year sees its fifth edition published.

Cyril has dedicated his career to the practice of adjudication and his extraordinary experience has seen him established as an acknowledged expert in the construction and engineering adjudication, mediation and arbitration arena.

This is a great achievement and we congratulate Cyril and all the winners and nominees.

See the full list of winners here.

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