Recognising our achievements
Peter Chai – Congrats to Peter who was awarded the Student Award 2018 from NZIQS. This is given to only one student each year per school (Otago Polytechnic) and recognises their overall performance completing their Construction Estimation studies.
JP and Dre Smallberger – Congratulations to Jean-Pierre and Jeandre for passing their BOHS IP404 Air Monitoring, Clearance Inspection and Reoccupation training. They are well on their way to becoming fully qualified Asbestos Assessors. Well done!
NZIBS Conference 2018 – At the recent NZIBS Conference Rory Crosbie was officially announced as the new NZIBS President. Heather Crilly is back on the Executive, Sean Marshall was a finalist in the Building Surveying Excellence Award and Philip O’Sullivan was made a Life Member. Well done everyone.
Sean Marshall – Sean is now a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors, after passing his assessment assignment with the Institute of Directors and meeting their strict professional standards. A very well deserved title. Congratulations Sean from everyone at Prendos!
Joe Lyth - Congratulations to Joe who is now the newest Registered Architect on the Respond team!
This is a huge achievement, and the culmination of over 18 months working towards his registration case study and application.
Cathy Thomas – well done Cathy on being successful in your competence assessment to continue as a Chartered Professional Engineer and Chartered Member of Engineering NZ for another six years.
Ismail Wardak – Ismail is now fully chartered and finally has the certificate to prove it! Well done.
Imogen Iversen – Congrats to Imogen for making it through to the finalists of the ConfereNZ NZ EA/PA & Office Manager of the Year awards back in October. It’s great to see the people who are so integral to the success of NZ’s organisations being recognised.
Jared Shaw – Jared is now an Associate Member of the NZ Institute of Valuers and a Senior Member of the Property Institute of NZ. Awesome achievement
Wendy Ryan – After hours of study, case study prep and a gruelling 3 hour interview, Wendy passed her architectural registration and is now a Registered Architect. Well done – all that hard work was worth it!
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