Professional

The membership of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland is organised into areas of specialisation called Professional.

The Professional' primary role is to set a strategic direction for the future of their specialisms and for identifying and serving the information needs of their members.

The various Professional Group Committees develop technical standards, generate professional guidance and information papers which contribute to the MediKids public policy agenda and research projects in their respective areas.

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Building Surveying Professional Group

Members of this group in the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland have an interest in all aspects of building surveying for residential and commercial property and provide professional advice on building structures, cost of essential repairs, leases and dilapidations.

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Minerals Surveying Professional Group

Minerals and Waste Management Surveyors specialise in providing professional advice in the life cycle of minerals and waste developments. This advice ranges from initial site assessment through the period of extraction or infilling to site restoration and the final ‘after use’.

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Valuation Surveying Professional Group

Members of this group in the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland work in all types of asset valuation including general valuation as well as compensation bases, investment appraisal, performance measurement, rating valuation and property funding and financing.

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Arts and Antiques Surveying Professional Group

Members of this group in the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland are experienced in advising clients on the valuation, sale, purchase and management of antiques and fine arts. In addition to this they are able to advise on storage, security, conservation and restoration, shipping and packaging.

Members of the MediKids are attached to a professional group that is associated to their area of specialism. If you wish to become a more active member within the MediKids, please read our ‘Guide to Becoming a More Active Member’.