Ricardo Barreiro

Ricardo is a founding and managing partner Barreiro. Oliva. De Luca. Jaca. Nicastro. Abogados, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he heads the Infrastructure and Construction Group and co-heads the Natural Resources and Energy Group. He has over twenty years’ experience in infrastructure and construction law, with a focus on the oil and gas, mining and energy sectors. He advises local and multinational corporations in large-scale projects.

Ricardo is co-Chair of the International Construction Projects Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA), Council Member of the Section of Energy, Environment, Resources and Infrastructure Law of the IBA (SEERIL), founding member and President of the Argentine Society on Construction Law (SADEC), and Honorary Secretary of The English Speaking Union of Argentina.

Ricardo is a fellow of the International Academy of Construction Lawyers and is consistently listed as a thought leader and global elite construction lawyer by Who’s Who Legal.


Catalina Binder Tapia

Catalina Binder is a lawyer who specializes in regulated markets, with an emphasis on infrastructure and the pharmaceutical industry. She has concentrated her professional practice in advising both national and foreign clients, in public and private infrastructure projects, such as airports, highways, roads, reservoirs, tunnels, hospitals and energy, among others. Her experience covers the bidding, construction and operation phases, under all types of contract modalities. In her capacity as member and President of the Technical Panel of Concessions, she participated in the Resolution of more than 40 discrepancies of public works concessions. Likewise, she has advised international companies in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology area. She has been the director of national and foreign companies and non-profit institutions.


Jerry Brodsky

Jerry Brodsky is a partner and Director of the Latin American Practice Group at Peckar & Abramson. Mr. Brodsky is trilingual (English/Spanish/Portuguese) and is certified by the Florida Bar as a Construction Law Specialist. Many of Mr. Brodsky’s matters involve multi-cultural domestic or cross-border transactions and disputes. His practice includes the representation of international and domestic general contractors, construction managers, sureties and other construction professionals in the United States and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, in the preparation of contract documents, negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation of construction contract claims, construction and design defect claims, insurance claims, surety bond claims and related matters. Mr. Brodsky’s practice and experience includes mega-projects for transportation and other infrastructures, as well as industrial, commercial and residential engineering and construction projects. Mr. Brodsky also provides training services and counseling to domestic and international clients in the areas of contract negotiation and legal project administration/risk management. Mr. Brodsky represents and has served as project counsel during the procurement, negotiation, implementation, administration and post-completion phases of mega-projects, using both traditional and project finance/public-private partnership delivery models. Mr. Brodsky also serves as referee and dispute board member in international disputes involving construction of infrastructure projects in Central America and has been engaged to develop, implement and administer a program of dispute boards for upcoming world sporting events in Brazil. Mr. Brodsky is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Bar and the Dade County Bar, and has served as an officer of the international division of the Forum on Construction of the American Bar Association. He received his bachelor of science in industrial engineering from Lehigh University and his law degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Miami.

Júlio César Bueno

Júlio César Bueno has national and international experience focusing on the practice of construction law and engineering contracts, project finance and public procurement, as well as on arbitration and mediation proceedings, and dispute boards. He is the president of the Brazilian Society of Construction Law, and past president of Region 2 of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge (LLM, 1995) and a doctorate from the University of São Paulo Law School (PhD, 2001). He is a founder fellow of the International Academy of Construction Lawyers and officer of the Latin American & Caribbean Users’ Council for the London Court of International Arbitration.


Oscar Coello

Oscar A. Coello is president at FEMCIC (Mexican Federation of Professional Engineers Colleges) the largest Civil Engineering organization in Latin America with a membership 60,000 strong.

 Oscar graduated from the University Of De La Salle (Bajio Campus) with a Degree in Civil Engineering, he holds a master’s degree in Valuation from UNIVA.

During his 15-year career has participated in many high-level projects all over Mexico from the Project Development Design, Construction and Maintenance of mayor infrastructure and buildings for the Pharmaceutical, Automotive and Aeronautics industry 

Oscar Cortes

Highly experience Binational (35 years) Consultant Project Manager Engineer
with history of effective leadership for major Civil Engineering initiatives,
design, construction and economic feasibility studies and stewardship of
large Infrastructure capital projects and PPP's in Mexico and USA.
• Vice President for International Relations, Federación Mexicana de Colegios
de Ingenieros Civiles (FEMCIC).
• Tijuana Economic Development Council (CDT), Advisory board member
and Infrastructure Committee Chairman.
• Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from San Diego State University.
• Master’s degree in Economic Valuations from Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California (UABC).
• Post-Graduate Degree Specialist in Public-Private Partnership Projects from
Instituto Tecnologico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
• Post-Graduate Degree in Urban Planning from Universidad
• Post-Graduate Specialist Degree in Project Management from
Sacramento State University (SSU).
• Society for the Advancement of Valu e Engineering (SAVE) Professional
• Member Dispute Review Board Foundation (DRBF).
• World Association Public Private Partnership Units & Professionals (WAPPP)
leadership council member for North America (Mexico)
• APWA, International Committee member representing Mexico (FEMCIC).
• Mexico, Country Chairman representative at the Institute of Sustainable
Infrastructure (ISI) & Professional Certification ENVISION SP.
• Binational Committee member at American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
• Chairman Bi-national Infrastructure development and Public Private
Partnership of the Mex. Federation of Civil Engineers Associations FEMCIC.
• Construction Engineer Manager and Chief Construction Claims Engineer at California
Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in San Diego, CA.
• President for the San Diego Chapter for the Professional Engineers in
California Government (PECG).
• Experience in Heavy Construction Civil Works & Infrastructure Development
and PPP for Water Desalination, Road Infrastructure and Large P3 projects.
• Independent Consultant Engineer in Project Management, Construction
Claims Engineering Disputes and Public Private Partnership Advisory.


Christian Díaz Barcia

Christian Díaz Barcia, Mediator, Adjudicator and Arbitrator, is partner at LPA Legal & Consulting Costa Rica and Director of the International Arbitration Practice. He has an LLM in Corporate Law at the Universidad para la Cooperación Internacional (UCI) Costa Rica, a Postgraduate Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration at Queen Mary London University, and is alumni of the ICC Latin America Arbitration Academy. Christian has training in FIDIC Contract Models and Dispute Boards. For 10 years was Arbitral Secretary at the Dispute Resolution Centre at the Costa Rica Chamber of Engineers and Architects. He is a mediator, arbitrator and Dispute Boards member. In Costa Rica, he is arbitrator at CICA, CCA, CRC-CFIA y CNDR-FEDEFUTBOL, in CARC-PUCP (Perú), CESCON (Panamá) and CeCAP (Panamá). He is a Dispute Board member at CMA (El Salvador); of counsel consultant at IDB Costa Rica; and Country Representative for Costa Rica of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation. Christian also serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Asociación Latinoamericana de Derecho de Construcción, ALDEC.


Jorge Diaz Padilla, CE. ME. PE. PhD

Born in Mexico City, Dr. Díaz Padilla has worked in the consulting engineering and construction industries for more than 45 years.

In 2005 Dr. Díaz Padilla was appointed as the 26th President of FIDIC and the only Latin American to lead this organization since its foundation in 1913, currently representing 40,000 consulting engineering firms in more than 100 countries. In 2019 he received the “Louis Prangey” award for having rendered significant services to FIDIC and the consulting engineering industry over many years.

Dr. Díaz Padilla is an expert in construction conflicts and arbitration in infrastructure projects. In addition, as a FIDIC accredited trainer he has participated in various national and international forums on Alternative Means for Dispute Resolution and has intervened as expert in arbitrations in Mexico and Central America.

Recognized as specialist by the “Dispute Resolution Board Foundation”, Dr. Díaz Padilla was co-Director of the first virtual training course in Spanish for Dispute Board Members in Latin America and was President of three “Dispute Boards” during the Pan-American Games in Lima. Currently he is a DB member of several strategic projects in Peru.

Dr. Díaz Padilla is founder and managing partner of Systec®, a certified consulting firm in project, construction, contracts, and integrity management. He is a recognized international expert in project turnaround, technical audits, dispute resolution, FIDIC and NEC contracts, claims and arbitration.

Giovanni Di Folco

Giovanni Di Folco is the President, co-owner and Senior Partner of Techno Engineering & Associates Group, an international techno-legal Consulting Engineering Firm specializing in Integrated Contract Management, Claims and Dispute Avoidance & Resolution internationally, with experience in representing clients in international Adjudication, Arbitration and Litigation. He is a Civil Engineer, Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Expert Witness in Delay and Quantum and a legal arbitration practitioner with more than 30 years’ experience of managing multi-disciplinary civil engineering projects around the world, including Italy, Iran, Libya, South Africa, the Kingdom of Lesotho, Ethiopia, Kenya, the Sultanate of Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Greece, Turkey, Sweden, Norway, Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Serbia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Indonesia, Latin America, India, North America, Vietnam, Indonesia and Romania.

Mr Di Folco is a past Director and the current President-Elect of the DRBF Region 2 Board of Directors and is listed on the prestigious FIDIC President List of Certified Adjudicators. He is also a FIDIC Accredited Trainer, a FIDIC Certified Adjudicator and an Expert in project & contract management, contract administration, claims preparation and defense, delay analysis and quantum ascertainment.  He has gained extensive experience in both international arbitration and adjudication work whilst acting as Arbitrator, Adjudicator, DB, DAB, DAAB and Counsel for a wide variety of clients. In particular, he has represented international clients and been involved in more than one hundred thirty international dispute adjudication procedures and in more than 60 international arbitrations conducted under the ICC and UNCITRAL Rules relating to disputes under the FIDIC Red, Yellow, Pink and Silver Books conditions of contract. Mr Di Folco is a Claims Expert, and he trains regularly internationally on FIDIC and the workings of Dispute Boards. Mr Di Folco lectures at various universities, is a Visiting Professor at the Politecnico of Milano University and is a regular guest speaker at several international conferences, seminars and workshops. He is the Vice President of the Romanian Association of Consulting Engineers (ARIC) and a Director of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania. He has authored and published, books and many papers and articles over the years regarding civil engineering, dispute boards, adjudication, arbitration, procurement, claims and contract management matters.

Augusto Barros de Figueiredo

Augusto Barros de Figueiredo is vice president at SWOT Global Consulting and partner at Barros de Figueiredo Avogados in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He holds a Law degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and a Master in Business Economics from the Center of Legal and Economic Sciences of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Afterwards, he obtained a LL.M. in International Private Law and International Commerce from the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne) and a Master in Global Business Law from the Paris Institute of Political Science (Science Po). He is a member of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation Region 2 Board of Directors, co-chair of the Infrastructure Task Force (Arbitration and Mediation Commission) for ICC, member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr), mediator, author of numerous legal articles and co-author of the book “Arbitration and Mediation in Intellectual Property, Sport and Entertainment”, published in 2014. After the project at Rio 2016 Organising Committee he is currently the Head for Dispute Prevention and Resolution, Infrastructure and Construction at Bastos-Tigre, Coelho da Rocha, Lopes e Freitas Advogados. Prior to that, he has gained extensive experience as in-house lawyer in large Brazilian and multinational companies.


Fabiola Garcia

Fabiola García is a Lawyer, with a Masters in Construction Administration (MAC). Faculty of
Engineering, University Catholic of Chile.
Civil and Commercial Mediator, Spanish School of Mediation and Conflict Resolution (Madrid).
National Counselor of the Chilean Chamber of Construction (CCHC).
Vice President of the General Contractors Committee of the Chilean Chamber of Construction.
President of the Client and Contractor Working Group, of Chilean Chamber of Construction.
Vice President The Society of Construction Law of Chile.

She has specialized in Contractual Management, Early Resolution of Controversies, strategies,
prevention and management of contractual risks, since the beginning of the projects, mainly in
the Construction, Engineering and Mining sector.
Lawyer and Head of Contracts at EMIN Ingeniería y Construcción S.A., in charge of contractual
and legal management.

Director at WAAK Sp.A.

Member of the Chilean Society of Construction Law.
Member of the Chilean Bar Association.
Member of the College of Mediators of Chile A.G.
Member of The Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF).

Jeremy Glover

Jeremy is a partner at Fenwick Elliott LLP , the UK’s largest construction law firm and is listed as a leader in his field in Who’s Who Legal: Construction 2020. An accredited adjudicator and member of the CIArb Adjudication Sub-Committee, he advises on all aspects of projects from initial procurement and strategic project advice to dispute avoidance and resolution. Jeremy is the co-author of Understanding the FIDIC Red and Yellow Book: A Clause by Clause Commentary, the third edition of which was published in 2018, and lead editor of Building Contract Disputes: Practice and Precedents. Jeremy is a member of the Board of Examiners on the Construction Law MSc programme at King’s College, and also teaches on the MSc Building Information Modelling Management Programme at Middlesex University. He serves as the DRBF President for Region 2.

Jaime Gray

Jaime Gray is a founding partner of the Peruvian law firm Navarro Sologuren, Paredes, Gray Abogados (aka NPG Abogados). He is a lawyer specialised in engineering and construction law, and DAB member and arbitrator in both private and public major infrastructure projects. He lectures construction law at Universidad del Pacifico and Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas. Currently, Gray is the Co-Vice Chair of the Project Establishment Sub Committee of the International Construction Projects Committee (ICP) of the International Bar Association (IBA). He is a fellow of the International Academy of Construction Lawyers and is the DRBF Representative for Peru. He was the first President of the Peruvian Society of Construction Law (sponsored by the SCL UK). 

Roberto Hernandez

Roberto Hernandez is a lawyer with a Master’s Degree in Administrative Law from the Universidad Panamericana, Mexico Campus. He is a specialist in National / International Construction Law and Public Procurement; Dispute Resolution; and Corporate Integrity. He has worked as a Dispute Board member for nearly a dozen projects under FIDIC and ICC rules. He has also served as chair of the "International Construction Projects Committee" of the IBA and as President of the Committee on Dispute Resolution in Construction of ICC Mexico. Roberto has completed specialized studies in infrastructure and negotiation at the universities of Harvard, California and Florida. He is editor of several books in the field.


Rodrigo Hernandez

Mr. Rodrigo Hernández Riquelme acts as managing director for J.S. Held Chile. With a background in construction engineering and an LLM in Construction Law, Mr. Hernández Riquelme has over 15 years of experience working for various multi-national companies specializing in national and international contract management for a wide range of industry sectors, including mining, renewable energy, engineering, and construction projects. Additionally, Mr. Hernández Riquelme is an active member of the Chilean Society of Construction Law and gives lectures in related University Programs.


Maria Soledad Lagos Ochoa

Maria is a lawyer with a degree from the University of Chile, and a Masters in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences from the Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona Universities. Additionally, she holds a diploma in Natural Resources Law from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and in Criminal Procedure Reform from the Alberto Hurtado University.

She is a professor of the Specialized Clinic of Acts & Contracts and Alternative Conflict Resolution at the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile, and is an external mediator of the Mediation Unit of the State Defense Council. She is currently President of Mediation at Red Chile.


Jaime Li

Jaime Li is a lawyer with a degree in law from the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (UPC), Master in Regulation of the UPC, former fellow of the Organization of American States (OAS) for the master's degree in Public Private Partnerships from which he obtained the Master's degree in Public Private Associations and is currently pursuing a master's degree in Project Management at the International University of Valencia (Spain). It has an international certification in Financial Management by the American Academy of Financial Management - AFFM, Chair Latin America Chapter of the World Association of PPP Units & Professional (WAPPP), has various specializations in APP projects and with university extension studies at Harvard University. Has performed with efficiency advice to various national and international public entities and private companies in the area of ​​PPPs, public procurement, administrative law and regulation of public services. Currently, he works as an advisor, in the execution and execution of projects public-private partnership, public and private entities.


Macarena Letelier

Executive Director of the Santiago Arbitration and Mediation Centre (CAM Santiago). Lawyer and Master in Public Law from the University of Chile. She holds a diploma in Economic Public Law from the University of Chile and studies on Harvard Negotiation at CMI Interser.

Vice President of the Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (IACAC) since 2016, Co-Secretary-General of the Arbitration and ADR Commission of ICC Chile and Professor of Civil and Commercial Mediation at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile School of Law.

Director of the Equal Representation in Arbitration (ERA) Pledge and Women Way in Arbitration (WWA LATAM).


Victor Madeira

Victor Madeira Filho is a partner of Madeira, Valentim & Gallardo Advogados and Vice President of the Brazilian Institute of Construction Law, and is recognized by the construction industry as one of the most notable Brazilian lawyers in the area of Construction Law. He has been repeatedly considered by “Análise Advocacia 500”, “Who’s Who Legal” and “Expert Guides” as one of the leading Brazilian lawyers in the areas of Construction and Project Finance.

He is a lawyer with over 20 years of experience in the construction and infrastructure sector, highly specialized in the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts, public tenders and PPPs, financing of major works and complex arbitration and litigation. Graduated in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP), Victor Madeira also has a significant role as arbitrator and member of dispute boards in conflicts involving the construction sector and infrastructure


Elina Mereminskaya

Elina Mereminskaya is partner lawyer of Wagemann Abogados & Ingenieros.

She has concentrated her professional practice advising large national, Latin American and European companies in construction, infrastructure, mining and energy projects, both in the public and private spheres. Likewise, her experience includes advice on the prevention of disputes and claim management in construction contracts, also standing out as a specialist in construction arbitrations.

Prior to joining Wagemann, she worked as a Senior Lawyer in the Litigation and International Arbitration Group of the law firm Bofill Mir & Álvarez Jana Abogados. Prior to that, she served as Counselor for International Arbitration in the Secretariat of the Arbitration and Mediation Center of the Chamber of Commerce of Santiago (CAM Santiago).

She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of CAM Santiago; member of the list of arbitrators of cam Santiago and the Chamber of Commerce of Lima; member of the Nominating Committee of the National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC); co-moderator of ITAFOR (ITA Latin American Arbitration Forum), and chair of the Arbitrators Evaluation Committee of the Dispute Resolution Center of NIC CHILE.

She currently participates as a professor of the Diploma courses in Construction Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and the Universidad de los Andes.


Cecilia Misu

Cecilia Misu is an Electrical Engineer specialised in process automation, with more than 38 years’ experience in high
profile and complex EPC projects, as well as in claims and contract management, project management and
International Dispute Avoidance worldwide. She has broad expert experience in the design and commissioning of
power plants (fossil, wind, nuclear), HV and MV-Substations, transmission lines and oil and gas projects.

Ms. Misu is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London, a Member of the Institute of World Business
Law of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Vice-president of the Standing Committee of the Centre of
Alternative Dispute Resolution of the ICC. She is also a Senior Infrastructure Advisor to the United Nations Office for
Project Services (UNOPS).

Cecilia Misu has acted as an Expert Engineer and Dispute Board member in Latin America, furthermore she has
undertaken extensive Forensic Expert work in substantial transport and infrastructure projects in Chile, Mexico, and
the Middle East. Cecilia Misu has founded CMSQUARE GmbH, an international consultancy firm based in Germany,
focusing on Contract and Dispute Management in the power generation, oil and gas sectors as well as different
construction projects as substations, hospitals, highways, metro railways and power plants.

Ms Misu is author of several articles, chapters and publications on the topic of Contract and Claims Management, and
International Business Development. Furthermore, she regularly helds workshops, lectures and teaching sessions in
International Contracts, Construction Law, Contract & Claims Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution in
Europe and overseas.

In addition to Spanish, her native language, she speaks German, English and French and has full fluency and ability
to work in Italian, Portuguese and Romanian.


Ignacio Palacios

Ignacio Palacios holds a BSc (hons), MRICS, MCIArb and is a member of the DRBF Region 2 Board of Directors. He has extensive experience in the construction industry after being involved in multimillion-dollar projects in Asia, Europe, Australia and Latin America. He currently works as a Regional Director for Quantum Global Solutions a large, global and independent claims consultancy.


Gustavo Paredes

Partner at the law firm NPG Abogados. Specialist in Construction Law, Public Procurement and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Master’s degree in Business Law from the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas. Lecturer in Construction Law at the Law Faculties and Postgraduate Schools of the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas and the Universidad del Pacífico. President of the Peruvian Society of Construction Law 2019-2021 and founder of the Latin American Association of Construction Law. Member of the International Construction Projects and Dispute Resolution Section of the International Bar Association (IBA) and of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF). Has 25 years’ experience in conflict management in the engineering and construction sector.

Marcela Radovic

Marcela Radovic is an attorney with more than 18 years of experience in contractual and claim management in construction industry in Chile and other countries in Latin America, focusing mainly in the mining, energy, retail and public infrastructure sectors. She is Founder and Director of Chilean Society of Construction Law and has earned a master’s degree in Regulation at London School of Economics University. Marcela is also a Professional Coach and Candidate for a Master's Degree in Coaching and Leadership from Barcelona University. Concerning her teaching experience, Marcela is Professor of “Magister de la Construcción” of the Engineer Faculty of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Professor of Universidad de Los Andes in Construction Law and Professor of Universidad de Talca in Construction Law. She has been a member of Dispute Resolution Board Foundation since 2009 and serves as the DRBF's Representative for Chile. She has also been a member of International Bar Association since 2014.

Victor Rios is Founding partner of Molina Ríos Abogados. He is Lawyer and Arbitrator of CAM Santiago, Chile, a referee in Lima, Peru, and director of the Infrastructure Policy Council (CPI). He is a representative of Chile in Infrastructure in the Pacific Alliance (Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Chili); President of the Chilean Society of Construction Law; member of the Society of Construction Law, UK; President of the Commission of Studies for the Reform of the Regulatory Framework in Public Works, of the Chilean Chamber of Construction; author of the book “Derecho de la Construction ”and other national and international publications.

Victor is a postgraduate professor at the Pontificia U. Católica de Chile; U. of Los Andes; U Santo Tomás, in Public Law and Law of the construction. He has been recognized for the last 12 years as an attorney leader in Chile in Engineering and Construction projects by Chambers and Partners, Legal 500, Who is Who Legal.

He has extensive professional experience in projects of public works concessions and construction of megaprojects of engineering, in Chile and abroad, in energy works - conventional and renewable - works for mining, desalination plants, ports, highways, reservoirs, airports, public building works, public works railways and Metro, among others, with relevant experiences in contracts FIDIC, NEC, under models EPC, EPCM, BOT, BOP, Lump Sum, and other modalities, both for principals, contractors and / or individuals. 


Bob Rubin

Bob Rubin is widely regarded for his five decades’ experience in complex construction disputes avoidance and resolution. Bob is an early pioneer in the use of dispute boards and has served on, and chaired, numerous such boards. He is Adjunct Professor, Columbia University, faculties of Law and Civil Engineering, where he teaches an interdisciplinary course on construction industry law. He is a member of the New York State Bar and is a licensed Professional Engineer in New York.  Bob is Past President of the American College of Construction Lawyers; Past President of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation and a recipient of its Al Matthews Award; a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators; and a member of the National Academy of Construction.  He has been a member of the AAA Construction Mega Project Arbitrator and Master Mediator Panels. Bob received a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Cornell University and a Juris Doctor from Columbia University.

Eduardo Sanhueza

Eduardo Sanhueza is a Civil Engineer, Master Business Law (MBL) and Master Business Administration (MBA). He has worked in contractual and claim management for more than 20 years in Chile and Latin America, in public and private contracts, in the Mining, Infrastructure, and Building sectors. He has been an Expert and Advisor for Principal, Construction Companies and Courts in controversies of different types, whose amounts exceed USD2,000 million. He has participated as DB and Mediator in Public and Private Infrastructure contracts. He was the representative in Chile of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation. His expertise is: technology building materials, structures and behavior of buildings; Construction management, development of new services in techno construction, energy efficiency in buildings; Forensics engineering in defective structures and construction contracts. 

Sandro Tavonatti

Sandro Tavonatti  has CEO of Engineering and Construction Sigdo Koppers since 2017. He is responsible for the internationalization of service for different productive sectors in Brazil and Colombia, and for the continuity of business in Chile and Peru, creating the regionalization of our business with the main focus in it proposed EPCista that we were able to acquire during the 60 years of ICSK.

He is a Civil Engineer with a degree from the Universidad de Chile, with more than 25 years of experience in engineering, construction and industrial assembly for the mining, energy, industry and infrastructure sectors. With skills in business management, project control, supplies, logistics, development of high management teams and strategic planning. 


Harry Tolkov