New SCSI President appointed

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has announced the appointment of Kevin Hollingsworth as its new President. Kevin, Managing Director of Omega Surveying Services, brings extensive experience and a distinguished career in the building surveying industry to his new role.

Kevin, who formerly held the role of Vice President of the SCSI for two years, has been instrumental in positioning Omega Surveying Services as a trusted partner for Owners’ Management Companies (OMCs) in the Government Legacy Defects Scheme. This initiative focuses on remediating structural defects in numerous apartments and duplexes built between 1991 and 2014. Under Kevin’s leadership, Omega Surveying Services has gained a reputation for meticulous attention to detail and unwavering dedication, resulting in high-quality and reliable project outcomes.

Omega Surveying Services is a part of Murphy Geospatial, which was recently acquired by the global architecture, engineering, and consulting firm, Woolpert. Kevin’s expertise and strategic vision have been crucial in integrating Omega’s operations with its parent company, ensuring continued client satisfaction and business growth.

Kevin Hollingsworth commented on his new role: “I am honoured to take on the role of President of SCSI. I aim to bring a new level of enthusiasm and engagement, promoting further involvement in the APC process and advancing the surveying profession. Our focus will be on continuous improvement and addressing the critical issues facing our industry.”

Shirley Coulter, CEO at SCSI said “We are delighted to welcome Kevin Hollingsworth as our new President. His extensive experience and dedication to the surveying profession will be invaluable as we continue to advocate for our members and the public interest.”

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