Brian Bowie delivers “extremely detailed and thorough analysis” in projects spanning a broad range of sectors, including real estate developments and public-sector infrastructure.
Mr Bowie is a director with Secretariat International based in Singapore. He has 20 years of experience in the construction and engineering sectors, and has worked on projects in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Mr Bowie specialises in advising clients in relation to construction and engineering projects that have suffered delay and disruption.
Mr Bowie has provided advice to project owners, contractors and subcontractors in relation to major capital projects in both the public and private sectors. He has experience of various standard contract forms along with project specific bespoke contracts. He has experience of arbitration proceedings under ICC, AAA, SIAC and DIAC rules.
Mr Bowie has experience across a broad range of project sectors including real estate developments (residential, commercial, healthcare, and pharmaceutical), transport infrastructure projects (including rail and roads), government and public-sector projects.
Prior to specialising the area of delay and disruption he gained practical experience working for a multi-disciplinary engineering practice in the UK and Hong Kong in all aspects of engineering projects from design and modelling, site supervision and contract administration
Mr Bowie has a first class BEng (Hons) degree in civil engineering, and a master’s degree in construction law and arbitration from King’s College London.