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.
The annual SCSI Members gold outing took place last Thursday, 18th May at The Hermitage Golf Club in Lucan. There were fifteen teams participating in this years competition. The day began with a shotgun start at 1.30pm and concluded with a evening dinner at the clubhouse.
The Annual Diploma Awards Ceremony took place last Friday, April 7 in the Pepper Cannister Church in Dublin.
2017 saw 116 candidates apply for Final Assessment, 98 candidates successfully completed the APC, and 75 candidates were present on the day to receive their diplomas.
The Western Region Annual Dinner took place on Friday, 3rd March in The Ardilaun Hotel, Co. Galway. This black tie event was attended by over 150 members from counties Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Longford, Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal.
The Dublin Institute of Technology held its Graduation Ceremony on Saturday 25th February 2017 in St Patricks Cathedral Dublin. Amongst those receiving awards were graduates from the Society of Chartered Surveyors / Dublin Institute of Technology partnership programmes.
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland is pleased to announce the launch of its new mentoring programme.
The idea behind this initiative is to allow members access to the skills, business acumen and insights held by more experienced Chartered surveyors.