EXCITING NEWS IN THE SURVEYING INDUSTRY
In exciting news for the geomatics surveying industry, Claire Fenwick has been elected as the Vice President of the TSA (The Survey Association)at the AGM held this week. This is a significant achievement for Claire, who has been a member of the TSA for over a decade and has been actively involved in the association's activities during this time.
The TSA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held at Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium. It was the best-attended AGM in TSA’s history, with members travelling from all over the UK to attend. The election of the new Vice-President was one of the event’s highlights. The event was a great success, with excellent feedback from members.
Claire is the Managing Director of Spatial Dimensions, a geomatics survey consultancy specialising in the built environment. The company provides various services, including measured building surveys, 3D laser scanning, topographical surveys, and underground utility surveys. Claire founded the company in 2012 and has played a vital role in its growth and success.
As Vice President of the TSA, Claire will work alongside the President and other members of the Executive Committee to represent the interests of the surveying industry.
ABOUT THE TSA
The TSA is a trade association representing surveying companies in the UK and Ireland. It provides a range of services to its members, including training, networking opportunities, and access to industry information and resources. Claire’s election as Vice President is a testament to her expertise and experience in the surveying industry. She has been an active member of the TSA for many years. Serving on several committees, including the Technical and Membership Committees.
Additionally to her work with the TSA, Claire strongly advocates for the surveying profession. Regularly attending schools and colleges, promoting the benefits of a career in surveying. Claire is passionate about promoting the importance of accurate and reliable survey data.
Claire’s election as Vice President of the TSA comes during significant change and innovation in the surveying industry. The rise of new technologies, such as drones and 3D laser scanning, is transforming how survey data is collected and analysed. As Vice President, Claire will play a key role in shaping the industry’s future and ensuring that the TSA remains at the forefront of these developments.
The whole team at Spatial Dimensions are very proud of Claire’s election as Vice President of the TSA. It is a significant achievement and a testament to her expertise and experience in the surveying industry. Her leadership and vision will be invaluable in shaping the industry’s future and ensuring that the TSA continues to provide valuable services and support to its members. We wish her all the best in her new role.