Regional Representatives

Regional Representatives are individual members who have volunteered to act as a representative for the ICCP in their country of residence.

Their role is to create awareness of the institute and its objectives and to encourage construction claims professionals to join our growing membership community. As members, Regional Representatives are also well positioned to share their first hand experience of what it's like to be a member of the ICCP.

All current Regional Representatives are listed below, along with a short biography and contact details if you would like to get in touch.

Eng. Byangire Paul Rusoke has been practicing construction in Uganda since 2006. He started out as a Project Engineer and later became a Contract Administrator and Project Manager. He has worked for the Uganda National Bureau of Standards, developing standards for the Civil Engineering industry and at Kampala Capital City Authority inspecting construction sites. He holds a Masters degree in Public Infrastructure Management and graduated from the Construction Claims Premium E-Course delivered by Claims Class class in 2018.

Based in Uganda? Contact Paul for more information about ICCP membership. 

I have 35 years professional experience in the international construction industry, gained across the cross-functional fields of civil and special engineering, pipe jacking, road construction, concrete, industrial, turnkey, renovation, upgrading, alteration, and structural repairs projects as well as claims management and health and safety coordination.

I have been Managing Director of a Namibian based construction company since 2003 and in 2016, I established a consulting office offering solutions for construction economics and management needs.

I heard about the ICCP several years back and recently joined as a Fellow. I volunteered to act as a Regional Representative for the ICCP as I strongly believe that sufficient knowledge in construction claims management will reduce the number of disputes we currently and unfortunately have in the construction industry.

When I look back at all the disputes I have faced in my career, I have to admit that almost all of them could have been avoided if the parties to a project would have had a better and more professional understanding of how to manage construction claims. I therefore feel privileged to now have the opportunity to support all colleagues who are interested in increasing their knowledge and experience in construction claims management.

Based in Namibia? Contact Heino for more information about ICCP membership. 

I am a construction professional with 10 years experience working in commercial and contract managerial roles.

In my most recent role as Project Manager on a Power Plant project, the parties disagreed over various elements of the contract. When it came to claim situations, I always tried to explore the best solutions and the resources provided by the ICCP helped me to build strategies to manage the situation and also offered insight into how to deal with matters effectively. This was directly beneficial to the project and is one of the many reasons why I joined the institute.

Even though several Korean EPC players dominate the market all over the world, the role of the construction claim professional is not well recognised in South Korea. However, awareness of the profession and those seeking to pursue this career path is growing. I therefore volunteered to represent the ICCP as I want to play a meaningful role in developing the profession and capability of construction contract management in South Korea.

Based in South Korea? Contact Jaeheon for more information about ICCP membership. 

I am an accomplished construction professional and project control engineer, with experience on construction and civil infrastructure projects.

I started my career as a structural engineer and then moved into construction project management, client-side project management and design management. This enabled me to understand the interdependencies of project delivery.

My experience includes preparing feasibility studies, developing cost estimates and budgets, programming and scheduling, procuring principal contractors and managing construction delivery. Leveraging this experience, I decided to move into project controls, using my depth of knowledge to manage time, cost and contract administration on major projects.

In addition to being a member of the ICCP, I have a master’s degree in civil engineer / construction management supported by real practical experience. I am accredited as a Chartered Civil Engineer and project / construction manager from Engineers Australia, RICS and CIOB.

Based in Australia? Contact Mohamed for more information about ICCP membership. 

I am a Civil Engineer with 7 years’ experience in the construction industry. I hold a PMP qualification and Associate membership with the ICCP.

I have spent some of my career working in Project Management roles and more recently, have worked as a Project Control Manager dealing with planning, delay analysis and reporting. Through such roles I was often exposed to the specialist nature of construction claims and was responsible for parts of the claims process.

I found the world of construction claims very interesting and decided to join the ICCP to improve my expertise and to learn how to standardise the claim process. I hope through the benefits of membership and the ICCP’s knowledge sharing, that I will achieve MICCP in future.

Based in Saudi Arabia? Contact Muhammad for more information about ICCP membership. 

I am a contracts and claims specialist and lead the claims division of Milcris in Oman. I manage a range of specialist consultancy services related to contract administration, construction claims preparation, dispute resolution and project costs and dispute management advice for Milcris’ Clients.

Since 2014 I’ve actively focused my time and energy on activities relating to construction claims and contract administration and was inspired to seek membership with the ICCP. In addition to all the other membership benefits, the ICCP has helped me to improve my knowledge and develop my skills as a construction claim specialist.

I strongly believe that construction professionals in Oman should consider membership. Although a small market, Oman has a vibrant economy and a substantial level of construction activity. A decade ago, the construction claims market was rather dormant however in recent years, parties to construction contracts are more focused on protecting their rights. Moreover, COVID-19 and the subsequent oil price slump has greatly affected the economy. Project spending has tightened resulting in a more active construction claim sector.

I volunteered to represent the ICCP in Oman to encourage and assist construction industry professionals change from regular cost consultancy and quantity surveying roles to specialised claims roles, thus adding more professionals to the Omani construction claim market.

Based in Oman or Sri Lanka? Contact Ravindra for more information about ICCP membership. 

I have worked in the construction industry for 8 years and have great enthusiasm for the positive impact that construction developments can have on community livelihood and the environment. My experience has been gained through claims avoidance and management, contract administration, cost advice, procurement and project management for various projects including commercial infrastructure, social centres, residential, agricultural and the health sector.

As a cost consultant specialist, registered quantity surveyor and project manager, I have worked on projects across East Africa, particularly in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. I hold a BSc in Quantity Surveying from Makerere University, Kampala and certificates in claims on constructions projects and certificates in administration of FIDIC Contracts.

I joined the ICCP to attain recognition for my skills but more importantly, to gain and share knowledge with claims specialists internationally through ICCP platforms.

I have great passion for claims management and the ICCP provides the right platform for me to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to develop my career in this area.

I volunteered to represent the ICCP in Rwanda to act as the  bridge between the institute and construction industry professionals working in Rwanda.

Based in Rwanda? Contact Rogers for more information about ICCP membership.

I’ve worked in the construction industry for over 40 years. I hold an MBA, BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying and Construction Management and have worked on projects in Sri Lanka, Oman, Dubai and Qatar.

I was already a member of the RICS, CICES, CIArb and AIQS but found the ICCP and appreciated the focus on claims. Often in the construction industry, the parties on a project initiate changes that result in cost or time delay which subsequently leads to a claim situation. I deal with these matters as part of my job and wanted to be part of a community that focused on these issues hence, I joined the ICCP.

I volunteered to represent the ICCP in Qatar to encourage construction professionals, with a passion for claims, to join and get recognised for their skills.

Based in Qatar? Contact Rohitha for more information about ICCP membership.

I am a Civil Engineering graduate and hold C.Eng, P. Eng,  MIE, MICCP and an MBA in International Business. I have 31 years’ experience in contracts management and administration and deal with construction claims in my current role.

I applied for ICCP membership to secure my credibility as a claims practitioner and to obtain knowledge to help establish claim practice standards within my organisation.

On a broader level, I volunteered to represent the ICCP in Saudi Arabia to encourage more claims practitioners to join and work together to raise the standards of claims across the industry.

Based in Saudi Arabia? Contact Shaik for more information about ICCP membership. 

I have been engaged on a wide variety of international construction projects operating in both public and private sectors representing the interests of consultants, contractors, employer’s and developers. My most recent experience has been gained in the Middle East and Serbia including engagement on some of the world’s largest and iconic construction projects.

In addition to professional qualifications I am an RICS APC Assessor, an overseas e-member of the Society of Construction Law and Community Vice President managing a portfolio of 36 residential apartments in South East Spain.

I joined the ICCP following initial introduction by Andy Hewitt (Founder and Executive Officer). I become acquainted with Andy at the FIDIC Middle East User’s Conference held in Abu Dhabi in 2017 and his passion, interest and enthusiasm for construction claims is inspiring.

The ICCP is a friendly, expanding and forward thinking institution built upon sound principles and solid foundations and quite frankly, a breath of fresh air. One of the institutions primary goals is to establish international professional standards for the management of claims to which I fully subscribe as this will improve, promote and advance the interests of the construction industry worldwide.

My latest project is located on the waterfront in Belgrade, Serbia which makes me in an ideal position to promote the institution and all its many benefits locally within Serbia and also internationally worldwide.

Based in Serbia? Contact Simon for more information about ICCP membership.