Mae Ian Williams yn siaradwr Cymraeg brodorol a gall gyfryngu yn rhwydd yn y Gymraeg neu'r Saesneg
"It was great that the mediation was conducted in Welsh, my clients really appreciated it."
Ian Williams is a native Welsh speaker and can readily mediate in either Welsh or English
Fellow of the R.I.C.S. FRICS (1998)
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators FCIArb (1998)
Diploma in Arbitration [DipArb] (1994)
Fellow of the Institute of Continuing Professional Development (FInstCPD) [Founding Member]
Accredited Mediator (2007)
Graduate of the LEAD Wales Leadership programme (2011)
Ian Williams is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor specialising in Project and Cost Management with more than 33 years experience in the construction industry.
Ian qualified as a mediator in April 2007 and since then has undertaken many mediations in both construction and non-construction matters. He is a facilitative mediator but will, when appropriate, use evaluative techniques.
As well as being a Mediator, Ian has also had experience of acting as an Expert Witness and has assisted parties with the mediation, adjudication and arbitration processes.
Ian has experience of running commercial businesses and acts as a Director and Chairman in two of his businesses.
A natural communicator, he has been described as being able to quickly establish a rapport with people he meets but he can also prove to be very robust when mediating.
In 1998, Ian became the first Chartered Surveyor to press the ‘red button’ in the mid-week National Lottery draw as part of the live BBC TV ‘Local Heroes’ programme which had tracked his charity fundraising for a local brass band to refurbish and convert an old slate mill into modern state-of-the-art rehearsal rooms. At the time, Ian had secured the largest Arts Council grant in Wales.
Experienced businessman with many years experience of company Directorships - experience encompasses a wide variety of business related activities such as taking responsibility for company accounts, personnel & administration, business strategy and business planning, mergers and acquisitions, Intellectual Property, legal documents, etc.
Experienced Chartered Surveyor undertaking project & cost management on a variety of building & civil engineering projects, having worked on some of North Wales’ largest infrastructure projects with individual schemes valued in excess of £100 Million each. Building projects include health, education, local government, commercial, industrial and housing sectors. Civil engineering projects including roadworks, tunneling, airports, marine and heavy civil engineering.
Extensive experience in pre and post contract quantity surveying and cost management services, including risk management and contract administration procedures. Advising on claims, including their evaluation and resolution.
Experience in claims and various dispute resolution procedures e.g. litigation, mediation, arbitration and adjudication, including expert witness reporting for the Technology and Construction Court (ex Official Referees Court). Acts as party representative in arbitrations, adjudications and mediations when required.
Preparation of strategies and compilation of Business Proposals for non-construction related projects eg aviation projects.
Office management and site supervision.
Preparation of Procurement strategies.
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