Professor David Mosey PhD is Director of the King’s College London Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, part of the Dickson Poon School of Law, and is former Head of Projects and Construction at Trowers & Hamlins solicitors.
With over 30 years‘ experience advising on building and infrastructure projects in the UK and the Middle East, David is described in the Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession as a „partnering guru“ who „gives something to the industry„. He is principal author of the “PPC2000” suite of partnering contract forms and is author of the “FAC-1” framework alliance contract, published in June 2016 after a year of industry consultation.
David jointly led the UK Government „National Change Agent“ team from 2005 to 2011, using regional consortium procurement to secure substantial cost savings, energy-efficient designs and over 500 new apprenticeships on housing programmes. He is currently “lead project mentor” for the UK Government trials of “Two Stage Open Book” procurement, testing the savings and other benefits achieved through the combination of early contractor involvement, collaborative working and Building Information Modelling.
David is author of “Procurement and Delivery Guidance Using Two Stage Open Book and Supply Chain Collaboration”, launched by Sir Vince Cable in July 2014. He led a two year research project resulting in the July 2016 publication of “Enabling BIM through Procurement and Contracts”.
David won the UK Constructing Excellence „Achievers Award“ 2009 and in October 2015 David was awarded the Association of Consultant Architects medal for services to the practice and profession of architecture. He is a Senior Visiting Fellow at Melbourne Law School and a Fellow of the Cambridge University Engineering Masters Programme.