Justin formed Adair in 1994, he is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and a RICS Registered Expert Witness. He is also the immediate past General Secretary of the CEEC and current Global & UK Chair of the RICS Quantity Surveying and Construction Professional Group Boards.
Justin has been a member of the RICS Governing Council since being elected in 2015 for which the term is due to come to an end in 2019. He is the current chair of the PG2020 implementation board and would like to see this through to completion thus is running for re-election. During Justin’s various roles within RICS for a period of over ten years he has been involved with the implementation of effective governance and managing risks. He has become highly involved in a number of the Governing Council initiatives and work streams, actively and positively contributing to debate.
“There are always competing priorities and agendas, I have become skilled at balancing those whilst leading important projects. I am passionate about professionalism and standards and have found that the market perceive RICS as consummate professionals and thought leaders in our industry, looking to us for independent expert advice and opinion. Being a member of Governing Council provides a platform to promote RICS and to be part of the team that shapes the future of the profession; I relish that opportunity. I feel we can as the leading global professional institution still do much more to engage with our membership and our markets; I have the energy and resource to be a part of that work. I enjoy being an active member, giving up a significant amount of my personal and professional time to further the work of RICS and engage with our membership and would be honoured to continue to do so”.
Voting is open to RICS members until Friday November the 3rd and can be done electronically here using the security codes received by email or post.