Paul Cacchioli


Expert Information
Qualifications MSc Construction Law and Dispute Resolution
BSc (Hons) Cost Management of Building Engineering Services
Professional Memberships FRICS
Contract Experience NEC3, NEC4, JCT, ICC, IChemE Green Book, Network Rail Suite of Contracts (Bespoke), Other bespoke contracts
Services Quantum
Sectors Buildings, Transportation Infrastructure, Industrial & Manufacturing, Power & Utilities, Technology

Paul Cacchioli is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with more than 30 years of construction industry experience. He has been appointed as a quantum expert on seven occasions.

Paul has acted as the quantum expert for disputed projects including transport infrastructure and residential, mixed-use and healthcare buildings, with values of up to £250 million. His experience includes arbitration hearings, pleadings for arbitration (domestic and international), referral notices and responses for adjudication process, statements of claim, counterclaim and defence submissions, and resolution via negotiation.

Paul has worked as a commercial manager and a quantity surveyor, providing commercial stewardship, on major projects across rail and infrastructure, buildings, industrial, and power and utilities sectors in the UK, Europe and the Far East. He also has significant experience of working with distressed and insolvent companies within the construction sector.

Paul has particular expertise in mechanical and electrical (M&E) engineering services across various sectors and is involved in the preparation, analysis and submission of quantum expert witness reports and in the preparation and defence of contractual claims. He has strong commercial and contractual knowledge having worked with a range of both standard forms and bespoke forms of contract.

Paul is a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and is a Bond Solon accredited expert witness. He has a master’s in construction law and dispute resolution and a degree in cost management of building engineering services and has been published by Practical Law on a variety of construction dispute matters.

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Location London, UK