Wishing all of our clients, partners and friends in construction a happy and prosperous Year of the Pig. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
2018 – Another mountainous year 2018 was another year of expansion and growth at Contract Dispute Consultants (CDC). From new additions to our team, moving to bigger offices, winning significant new contracts and clients and projects in new countries, it … Read More
Wishing all of our clients, partners and friends in construction a Happy New Year for 2019!
Wishing all our clients, partners and friends in construction, a Happy Christmas!
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge opens Another landmark Hong Kong transport project – and one in which Contract Dispute Consultants has been actively involved – has officially opened. On the 24th October, Chinese President Xi Jinping formally opened the Hong Kong – … Read More
The latest news in construction from Hong Kong Historic Hong Kong to Shenzhen high-speed line finally opens September saw the long-awaited opening of the high-speed rail line from West Kowloon to Shenzhen and Guangzhou after eight years of construction. Commuters … Read More
The latest news in construction from Hong Kong Skycity airport retail complex set for HK$20 billion investment Major news relating to Hong Kong International Airport’s Skycity project was announced in May by New World Development(NWD). The developer, through its subsidiary … Read More
Three members of Contract Dispute Consultants (CDC) scaled Mount Kinabalu last month to raise money for the Lighthouse Club – an organisation that provides charitable assistance to those in need within the construction industry. Despite difficult weather and torrential rain, … Read More
In recent news updates we’ve looked at a wide range of major transport projects in Hong Kong – from the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge to the overhaul and upgrade of the region’s international airport. Among these large-scale logistical and infrastructure developments, … Read More
Four members of Contract Dispute Consultants (CDC) are set to scale the peak of Malaysia’s highest mountain to raise money for a good cause. Director David Feehan, along with team members Judy Gin, Nga Yan Yu and Simon Wilde, will … Read More
Having recently assisted a client in North America, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at a major transit project underway in the USA that will be coming under the global spotlight over the coming years. The … Read More
Wishing all our client, colleagues and friends in the construction industry, prosperity and good fortune in the Year of the Dog.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) project, one of the largest and most significant construction projects in Asia, is entering its final phase. Multiple media reports in the previous few weeks have indicated that the megabridge, for which construction began in … Read More
New hires, new projects and new continents made 2017 a landmark year for Contract Dispute Consultants 2017 was a successful year at Contract Dispute Consultants (CDC). Not only did we celebrate our tenth anniversary, we continued to see impressive growth … Read More
An overview of current Hong Kong International Airport projects A few months back we took a look at Hong Kong’s rail strategy – giving a brief overview of the various projects and initiatives that will be shaping the region’s railways … Read More
Contract Dispute Consultants rounded off its tenth anniversary celebrations with a cocktail party celebration at Hong Kong’s Oolaa restaurant. The night brought together past and present staff, clients, collaborators, friends and family members. David Feehan, Director and Founder, gave a … Read More
David Feehan, Founder and CEO, reflects on ten years of Contract Dispute Consultants operating in the Hong Kong construction sector Back in 2007 I spotted what I hoped was a gap in the market in the Hong Kong construction industry. … Read More
HONG KONG’S AMBITIOUS SPORTS PROJECT RECEIVES HIGH VOLUME OF INTEREST FROM DEVELOPERS AND THE GOVERNMENT TAKES STEPS TO TACKLE HOUSING SHORTAGE Government surprised by number of bidders for Kai Tak Sports Park project In our last news roundup we covered … Read More
Welcome to our revamped website. As we celebrate our tenth anniversary we thought it would be the perfect time to freshen things up and get ready for the next ten years of working in the Hong Kong construction industry. Our … Read More
Government looks to build near national parks and proposed Kai Tai Sports Park gets inches closer to green light Government commissions feasibility study into building on land bordering protected country parks Hong Kong’s government has initiated the process of developing … Read More