Since 1996 offering personal service as arbitrator and expert determiner to decide
disputes in engineering contracts. From 1999 also offering personal service as adjudicator
especially under the UK 'Construction Act'.
From 1989 to 2014 Utilising Contract Engineering Claims Limited, providing a service
of high level expertise in engineering contracts topics to private client companies:
contractors & purchasers of process plants, capital plant & equipment. The accent
is on overcoming or avoiding disputes in engineering contracts. Client companies
are based in the UK, in Europe and the Commonwealth.
From 1985 to 1989 with Swedish owned ‘BT Industries’. As General Manager of the UK
Systems Division, developing and controlling a business as designers and contractors/integrators
for high technology, computer controlled, automated warehousing and materials handling
From 1977 to 1985 in roles of Project Group Manager and Contracts Group Manager with
Hawker Siddeley Water Engineering Ltd. - process plants for water and sewage treatment
and incineration/furnaces in an international £ multi-million market.
From 1974 to 1977 with National Freight Corporation as Project Manager with engineering
responsibility for the Group’s waste reclamation and incineration projects from initial
feasibility through plant design, procurement, manufacture, installation and commissioning
to the initial on-line operation.
In 1973 and 1974 with W.S. Atkins & Partners (one of Europe’s largest consulting
engineers) as Project Engineer concerned with design and construction of large-scale
municipal refuse incineration plants and feasibility of waste handling and reclamation
From 1970 to 1973 as Project Engineer with NTH Ltd., a process plant contractor to
the sewage and effluent treatment industry.
In 1969 and 1970 as a Design Engineer in the Reactor Equipment Division of GEC at
Whetstone, near Leicester. Engaged in design work for Magnox and Advanced Gas Cooled
nuclear reactors systems and sub-assemblies.
From 1965 to 1969 Honours degree course (4+ years) in mechanical engineering in combination
with student apprenticeship with GEC. Work experience gained in many aspects of business
and engineering including site installation (at Wylfa nuclear power station, Anglesey
Wales) and gas turbine testing.
Eur Ing David M. Wilson has a continuing professional interest in furthering the
dispute resolution service.
He currently participates in the following learned societies:
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. (Past Chairman of the Thames Valley Branch.)
Deputy Chairman of the Disputes Resolution Committee of the Institution of Chemical
Member of the joint Institution of Engineering Technology / Institution of Mechanical
Engineers model form MF/1 conditions of contract drafting committee.
Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators, City of London. (currently Senior
Member of the Society of Construction Arbitrators.
Member of the Society of Construction Law.
Member of the Adjudication Society
Eur IngDavid M. WilsonBSc CEng CArb FIMechE FCIArb