Our sincere thanks to all that took part in the recent SCSI Lionheart Benevolent Fund Golf Outing. The Lionheart benevolent fund is there to help RICS professionals from candidate all the way through to retirement and beyond retirement, no matter where they are in the world, providing advice that matters and support that counts. Lionheart aims to ensure…
We are delighted to welcome the new SCSI President Des O’Broin. Des is Director at Linesight and a Fellow of the Society. He brings more than 30 years’ experience to the role, first as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, and more recently, as a Chartered Project Manager. He has a particular focus on education and professional…
Report by Colm Quinn, Think Media The SCSI held its first PropTech and Smart Construction Conference on April 19th in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin. There was a vast array of speakers from Ireland, the UK and further afield. Although they had different opinions on what the future holds, they all agreed on one thing:…
The Society’s Annual Dinner 2018 took place last Thursday at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road with 1,348 guests in attendance. The flagship event is the largest of the year for professionals in the industry, the black tie evening offers members an excellent opportunity to network and meet colleagues working in their sector. SCSI President Colin Bray made…
This year, the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland partnered with LauraLynn Children’s Hospice to raise money to provide palliative care and support for children with life-limiting conditions.
We are delighted to announce, that with your help, we have raised €5,650 for those in need.
Last Saturday, 14th October, the Society hosted the Young Surveyors Ball in the Round Room at the Mansion House. A highlight in the social calendar for all young surveyors.
With over 250 of our younger members in attendance, the night was well represented by professionals working across the property, land and construction sectors.
Showcasing the impact of surveying 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of RICS.
To celebrate this milestone, RICS have launched their Pride in the Profession campaign to showcase the significant and positive impact surveyors have made to society and to demonstrate how varied and rewarding a surveying career can be.
16 teams composed of estate agents and others involved in the property profession took to the tennis court for the 28th annual Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland / The Irish Times Tennis Tournament.
The Society welcomed Geoffrey Kasselman, the Global President of SIOR, the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors to the Society’s offices at 38 Merrion Square on Tuesday.
This years Property and Facility Management Conference had a record breaking 180 attendees at the sell-out event at Croke Park last Tuesday, 30th of May.
The theme of the conference – Managing Through Change focused on three key areas: context, practices and demands. Former CNN correspondent Gina was the official MC of the event.