“Conrad was always thorough in his analyses and ensured that the client team members understood his position ahead of the hearings”
“He was always professional and executed his work with integrity and without compromising his independence”
“His approach is always well-structured and factual”
Conrad Bromley is a chartered quantity surveyor, chartered construction manager, RICS accredited expert witness, and RICS accredited mediator with over 20 years’ experience in construction and engineering projects internationally.
He is a managing director with Secretariat and specialises in matters of quantity surveying practice including the valuation of damages, disruption and loss of productivity, variations, defects, and claims for acceleration and mitigation.
Conrad holds an LLM in construction law & arbitration, a BSc (Hons) degree in quantity surveying, a post-graduate diploma in law, and a diploma in international arbitration. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB), and a practicing Member of the Academy of Experts (MAE).
He is also honorary treasurer of the UAE Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and an occasional arbitrator. Conrad is an arbitrator panel member for ABTA, the DIFC-LCIA, and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators ‘Business Arbitration Scheme’. To date, he has been appointed by ABTA as sole arbitrator on 25+ occasions.
He is viewed as a highly competent expert by clients and peers alike and is said to consistently produce robust analysis.
Conrad has been appointed as expert witness and expert advisor in adjudication, arbitration, and litigation. He acts as an expert witness in quantum and has been instructed more than a dozen times as a party appointed expert witness on projects up to US$ 5bn in value, and disputes in excess of US$ 350m. He has testified on several occasions, giving oral testimony in traditional cross-examination as well as concurrent evidence ('hot-tubbing') in arbitration, DAB, and DRB proceedings.