Engineers Ireland as one of the leading and most broadly based professional bodies in the country has, for many years, played a significant role in the area of dispute resolution generally, but not exclusively, in the construction industry. The objective of our Dispute Resolution Board is to formulate Engineers Ireland policies and procedures relating to dispute resolution in the engineering industry.
The current board was appointed for a three year term by the Council of Engineers Ireland. It is comprised of the following members:
It is the general policy of Engineers Ireland and the Board to make its documentation and services available free of charge.
Guidance Note to advise consulting engineers who intend to use any of the Engineers Ireland/ACEI’s standard forms of consulting agreements (SE 9101, SE 9202, CE 9201, RA 9101 and ME
Conciliation - How has it served the Construction Industry and has it a future?
Working with Sub-clauses 10.6 and 10.7 of the PWC
Adjudication – The Role of the Courts
How the Public Works Contracts might be used in the Private Sector