QSi Global Board

News

DateSubjectInfoLink
12/03/2018Global Board Meeting<p>The next meeting of the QSi Global Board will take place on 14 March at 0800 GMT.</p> 
11/09/2017Next Meeting of the QSi Global BoardThe next meeting of the Global Board will be held on 7 November 2017 
25/08/2017Global Board Meeting - 29 August 2017The next meeting of the Global Board will take place on 29 August. 

Events

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QSi Global Board MeetingVirtual Internet Meeting17 January 20178.00amSystem.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox

Documents

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View DocumentConstitution.pdfQSi Constitution
View DocumentPast Presidents.docx.pdfPast Presidents
View DocumentAccreditations List.pdfCourse Accreditations List
View DocumentAccreditations List-University.pdfUniversity Course Acceditations List
View DocumentQSi A5 Advert.pdfAdvertising flyer
View Document100 legal cases book advert.pdf100 Legal Cases by Roger Knowles

Chairman

NameEmailTelBio
GLYNIS HAMPTONSend Email0333 012 4549Glynis Hampton BSc, FQSi, FHEA, MiLM Glynis is the first global lady president of Quantity Surveyors International (QSi) and the first academic to hold this position. Glynis has been associated with various professional bodies over the last decade and provides professional CPD presentations and industry tutoring for the University, RICS, QSi, ICWCI and CIOB. As the award leader and Senior Lecturer for Quantity Surveying at the University of Wolverhampton, Glynis’ research focuses on 3D digital quantification, on-line courses and designing pedagogy that promotes professional judgement in HE curriculum. Glynis is the author of numerous academic papers and has delivered key note speeches at international conferences. As a past industry practitioner Glynis has worked in both the public and private sectors and was a key member of the Egan task force looking into integration and collaborative working practices. Glynis holds twenty-five years of industry experience and especially in tendering and procurement. Glynis has previously acted in the capacity of senior QS, Employer’s Agent and company Director for Tristar Associate. Glynis strongly believes in supporting regional growth across the West Midlands and is working with fellow global board members to ensure that quantity surveying is well represented on a global stage.

Committee

NameEmailTelBio
Paul Hampton  Dr Paul Hampton Dr Paul Hampton is the current Head of Built Environment at the University of Wolverhampton and a Chartered Building Surveyor. His two main areas of expertise are accessible environments and built environment employability skills and their impact on sector productivity. Dr Paul has a BSc Building Surveying, studied at the University of Wolverhampton, an MSc in Business Management from Sheffield Hallam University and a PhD from Middlesex University. Paul is a past chairman for West Midlands RICS, West Midlands ICWCI and is currently serving as a board member on the Global Board of Quantity Surveyors International (QSi). Paul holds outstanding industry knowledge and maintains strong links with over 500 industry contacts. Paul was also one of the original design team members for the Springfield Campus as part of a £100m investment in Architecture, Built Environment and Civil Engineering. Paul also forged the first Industrial Panel Network 4 and hosts various industrial symposia. Paul has designed numerous world exclusive on-line and in-company courses and is currently developing the first UK Nuclear and Demolition degree/MSc qualifications. He has previously acted as programme director and course lead for modules at all levels. More recently he has been engaged in teaching modules in the areas of construction management, project management and quality management. Paul is an avid researcher. He has more than 15 referred articles to his credit published in top conferences. He has also brought in millions of pounds in research funding through various ERDF projects and has successfully bid and won the Construction in the 21st Century Conference for Wolverhampton/London in 2019. During his tenure in academia has held several managerial roles such as Director of Built Environment Climate Change Innovation (BECCI), Entress and head of employability and business engagement.
SCOTT THOMAS  Scott Thomas DipSurv, FQSi, MInstRE, VR Scott has been a member Quantity Surveyors International (QSi) since 2004 becoming a member of the General Council in 2006 and recently becoming a member of the Institution of Royal Engineers Scott has worked on the contractor side of the industry for 27+ years, working on various schemes from the M4 at Swansea RNAD Coulport, M4 Coldra to Magor Widening and M5 Widening Jct 18-19 as part of a civil engineering major projects team and including 9 years within the rail industry undertaking schemes as part of renewals and enhancement and finishing on the electrification of London Main Line within Wales and SW England. He is currently a senior quantity surveyor at Alun Griffiths Civil Engineering & Construction Limited working at Stoke Gifford Transport Link as part of the Metrobus scheme in the Bristol area. In his spare time Scott serves as a Sgt. in the Royal Engineer reserves, as part of 507 STRE (Specialist Team Royal Engineers) for the rail infrastructure. This team being the only rail experienced unit in the whole British Army.
Suzanne CashSend Email0333 012 4549Suzanne Cash BA(Hons) Suzanne is the QSi Business Manager, responsible for the day to day running or the organisation, dealing everything from applications and subscriptions to regional boards, events and the QS Eye magazine. Suzanne graduated with an honours degree in English Literature and French which she followed up with a Business and Secretarial Diploma with French and German. After finishing her studies, Suzanne joined James R Knowles as a Marketing Assistant/PA to the Managing Director, with particular responsibility for running around 300 seminars a year across the UK. Suzanne rose through the ranks obtaining a place on the Knowles Board as Marketing Director in 1998. When Roger Knowles founded the QSi in 2004, Suzanne was enlisted to run the organisation. When she left Knowles in 2006 to set up her own business, she continued in her function as QSi Business Manager whilst also working for a number of other clients in marketing and support roles. In her spare time Suzanne is a keen fund raiser for Mcmillan Cancer Support and enjoys cycling.

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