Gaffer tape, PPE and me – By Sara Cameron

Following a general call to arms (and legs) the Surveying Sisterhood had an open twitter conversation calling for #PPEThatFits. Whilst not quoted personally my story did make it to the RICS article https://www.rics.org/uk/news-insight/latest-news/news-opinion/surveying-sisterhood-call-for-safety-wear-that-fits/ and has been quoted since so I thought it warranted more than a by-line. I am short (160cm) and I’m rounder than …

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Mentoring – By Sara Cameron

Being a mentor means the world to me.  However, I have struggled to find someone to do for me, that which I strive to do for others. It can be difficult to approach someone in the first place, if you struggle with networking events or experience imposter syndrome, taking that first step to approach someone …

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The #SurveyingSisterhood and what it means to me – by Sara Cameron

Definition 1   a: the state of being a sister b: sisterly relationship 2     : a community or society of sisters 3     : a solidarity based on shared conditions, experiences or concerns 4     : the state of kinship of being sisters 5     : the quality of being sisterly, sisterly companionship What we …

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Who are the Surveying Sisterhood?

We’re a diverse collection of construction professionals at many stages of our career who came together when we realised that we all kept asking the same questions and seeking the answers to the same problems. We’re still looking for those elusive answers, but then, isn’t life one big learning curve anyway? We slowly came to …

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