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Cleaver Fulton Rankin is pleased to announce that Director Aaron Moore has been formally appointed to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Panel of Construction Adjudicators and the Construction Industry Council Low Value Dispute Module Adjudication panel.
Adjudication has become commonly recognised as a prescribed, and immensely popular, method for resolving construction related disputes. All accredited panel members must have both the dispute resolution skills and the professional knowledge and experience of the construction industry required to provide an impartial and professional service.
Aaron’s appointment to these high-quality panels represents the successful culmination of training, interviews and assessments by leading practitioners and counsel and his continued professional development and experience in providing legal expert legal advice. As head of the Contentious Construction team and a Director and Adjudicator in the Construction and Dispute Resolution department at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, Aaron has over ten years of post-qualified experience in respect of disputes in the construction industry.
In 2018, Aaron completed the RICS Diploma in Adjudication and was nominated by the RICS Dispute Resolution Service for two CIArb awards due to his outstanding achievements during the course. Aaron took home the CIArb Student of the Year 2018 award and received the CIArb President’s Award for decision writing.
Commenting on his appointments, Aaron said, “After undergoing rigorous training and qualifications, I am honoured and delighted to be appointed to these prestigious panels of adjudicators. Adjudication as a method for determining construction disputes remains hugely popular and the recent introduction of the low value construction adjudication service will make solving disputes more accessible and quicker for lower value claims. I am looking forward to putting my specialist knowledge and practical ability to use.”
RICS is a globally recognised professional body, who effect positive change in the built and natural environments. As a panel member, Aaron is eligible for nomination to construction disputes referred to RICS Dispute Resolution Service for an independent, impartial appointment. Aaron will also be required to maintain comprehensive continuing professional development (CPD) and be regularly reassessed on dispute resolution and professional skills.