FIDIC Adjudicator Details

International Client Manager

Matthew  Molloy

  Country of residence: England

  Citizenship: Irish


Countries with experience

Other countries with experience:

Global regions

  • North America
  • East Europe
  • West Europe
  • Middle East
  • Sub Sahara Africa

Languages spoken

  • English

Construction contract experience

  • Construction Contract, 1st Ed (1999 Red Book)
  • Short Form of Contract, 1st Ed 1999

Consultancy contract experience

  • Not applicable - none of the above

Specialist contract experience

  • Construction Subcontract, 1st. Ed. 2011

CV - Services offered

  • Arbitration
  • Adjudication
  • Mediation

Technical expertise

  • Airports - terminals and support
  • Building - domestic
  • Building - commercial
  • Building - industrial
  • Building services - other
  • Civil Engineering - Site Investigation
  • Civil Engineering - Retaining Walls
  • Civil Engineering - other
  • Construction law
  • Cost engineering (QS)
  • Energy & Power - other
  • Infrastructure, Railways, Bridges
  • Marine and ports
  • Metro railway and stations
  • Road and highways - bridges and car parks
  • Road and highways - other
  • Rail - Infrastructure Engineering and Maintenance
  • Rail - Track Engineering and Construction
  • Telecommunications
  • Waste Disposal - Hazardous Waste Management
  • Water - drainage and sewerage
  • Claims and variations

  • Extension of time
  • Project scheduling
  • Defects
  • Failure investigations
  • Flood damage
  • Technical issues

Short summary experiences

Matthew is on the RICS, TeCSA, CIArb, CEDR, CIC, CIOB and RIBA panels of adjudicators as well as the Irish government panel of construction adjudicators. He is also on the CIArb panel of construction arbitrators, the RICS select panel of construction and engineering arbitrators and has been appointed by the ICC and DIFC-LCIA in relation to international arbitrations. Matthew is frequently named and agreed by parties and their representatives to act as dispute resolver both before and after disputes have arisen. _x000D_ _x000D_ Matthew’s work as a mediator predominantly concerns construction and property related disputes including complex multi-party disputes, disputes involving public and private bodies, private individuals and insured professionals. Drawing on his experience and expertise as a construction industry adjudicator, chartered arbitrator and (previously) as a expert witness, he is increasingly being asked to adopt an evaluative style if he considers it appropriate to do so, which sometimes involves giving a recommendation. Matthew is comfortable with either a facilitative or evaluative style, or a combination of both.

Position and experience

Acredited mediator: Yes
Acredited arbitrator: Yes

Employment status:
Present position: Adjudicator | Arbitrator | Mediator
Previous positions: Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Manager,


  • Adjudicator
  • Arbitrator
  • Mediator


  • Society of Construction Arbitrators
  • Society of Construction Law
  • Worshipful Company of Arbitrators
  • International Bar Association
  • Dispute Resolution Board Foundation
  • London Court of International Arbitration

Panel listings

  • RICS
  • CIArb
  • RIBA
  • CEDR
  • CIC
  • CIOB
  • TeCSA
  • LCIA
  • Irish Government Minister's Panel

Qualifications, jurisdiction and discipline

  • FCIArb
  • Barrister & Chartered Arbitrator
  • CEDR and RICS Accredited Mediator