Monday, January 28, 2008

Michelle Camilleri, on Euro geodetics board

Michelle Camilleri, a member of the Malta Institution of Surveyors (MIoS) was recently elected vice-president of the European Council of Geodetic Surveyors (CLGE).

Ms Camilleri's appointment on the executive board of the CLGE will include the portfolio of Professional Education. Her appointment is an important development for Malta, especially for the surveying profession. In her role Ms Camilleri will be responsible for stimulating and facilitating the enhancement of standards of academic and professional ­qualifications.

CLGE represents over 26,000 geodetic surveyors in 26 European states. This includes all 24 member states of the EU and Norway and Switzerland. Malta has 48 members in the council. The objectives of the council is to promote the interest of the geodetic surveying profession in both private and public sectors.

Apart from CLGE, Ms Camilleri is actively involved in the local chapter of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and currently holds the seat of honorary secretary. Apart from being a member MIoS, Ms Camilleri is also member of the Associazione Geometri Italiani Topografi (AGIT).

Ms Camilleri obtained a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Quantity Surveying and Cost Management from Nottingham Trent University in the UK. On completion of her studies in 2000 she was employed as a graduate quantity surveyor with Atkins Faithful & Gould.

She was subsequently seconded to Tesco Ltd on a major store nationwide refurbishment programme, where she formed part of a dedicated team of 40 experts in different fields, with an annual budget of £300 million. Ms Camilleri's role in this project was that of value manager.

In 2002, she returned to Malta and is currently CEO of Randolph Camilleri Surveys, a leading land surveying company which has also invested in an ever-expanding Cost Management department

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