Peter Brooker is a Managing Director within Navigant’s Global Construction practice based in London. He trained as a quantity surveyor with a major national building and civil engineering contractor. He has gained 45 years of construction experience, a significant part of which was as the director of quantity surveying for the London operating company of one of the largest private contractors in the United Kingdom.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Chartered Institute of Building and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, is an accredited expert witness under the Cardiff University Bond Solon scheme and is named in Who’s Who Legal’s Consulting Experts 2017, Arbitration Experts 2017 and Construction Experts 2017 as a leading construction quantum expert. Peter has given evidence, and been cross examined, in the Technology and Construction Court, the Commercial Court and in Domestic and International Arbitration. He has been a party appointed expert, a single joint expert and a Tribunal appointed expert. He has also acted as quantum expert appointed by the adjudicator in complex quantum adjudications.
Peter’s experience includes the evaluation of costs incurred in insurance related construction claims such as hurricane damage, water and fire damage and defective design and or installation.
In general construction Peter has been involved in marine civil engineering projects, dock works, roads, sewage treatment schemes, drinking water production facilities, hospitals, prisons, hotels, embassies, low and high rise housing, airports and major construction and refurbishment schemes for commercial, leisure and retail.
In the oil and gas sector Peter has been involved in disputes concerning oil refineries and chemical plants, well head gas process plants, industrial gas production plants, gas transmission and pipelines. In the power sector he has experience of nuclear power plants, energy centres and combined heat & power plants.
His rail experience encompasses disputes arising out of signalling schemes, bridgeworks, tunnelling, overhead line and permanent way on heavy rail, light rail and underground metro schemes and extends to disputes surrounding procurement of locomotives and rail plant.
In respect of offshore projects Peter has advised clients on naval surface and subsea vessels and semi-submersible oil exploration platforms.
Following a grounding gained working in the United Kingdom, Peter has undertaken commissions in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, including Russia and Ukraine, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Egypt, North Africa, West Africa, South America and China.
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