The Construction Dispute Resolution (CDR) Committee is responsible to the Learned Society Board for all matters relating to adjudication, arbitration, mediation, any other forms of dispute resolution, as well as the development of alternative dispute resolution, and in particular relating to the engineering profession.
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  • To promote the use of adjudication, arbitration, mediation or other appropriate forms of dispute resolution mechanism in handling disputes in relation to construction and engineering;
  • To promote knowledge sharing and transfer about adjudication, arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution mechanism;
  • To facilitate the provision of training relevant to adjudication, arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution mechanisms;
  • To accredit arbitrators and maintain the Institution's Lists of Arbitrators and Mediators;
  • To propose direction and provide assistance in the development, management, accreditation, and administration on matters relating to adjudication, such as the management of the proposed body of engineering adjudication nomination under the proposed Security of Payment Legislation; and
  • To advise the Institution on adjudication, arbitration, mediation as well as other matters relating to alternative dispute resolution. 

What's New

1 October 2022

Call for Applications ~
Construction Dispute Resolution (CDR) Committee, The HKIE Panel of Adjudicators, The HKIE Panel & List of Arbitrators, and The HKIE List of Mediators

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