07 Feb BCQS announces the return of Kevi Potter to the BCQS team in the British Virgin Islands
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 7th February 2018 – BCQS International announces that Kevi Potter, Senior Chartered Quantity Surveyor and Project Manager has re-joined the BCQS team in the British Virgin Islands to assist with the rebuild after the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
Kevi previously worked for BCQS before moving to London, UK with his family. Kevi has spent the last three years progressing his way to Executive Surveyor at Gardiner and Theobald LLP in London, United Kingdom, adding to his industry experience on a global scale.
Kevi is originally from the British Virgin Islands and during his previous employment with BCQS, he became the first BVIslander to become a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
“Kevi was a key member of the BCQS team before he left in 2014 to work abroad, and we are delighted to welcome him back”, said Director, Ben Butler in announcing Kevi’s return. “Kevi’s wealth of experience and understanding of the local industry, as well as his extensive knowledge of all aspects of the development process will help ensure the BVI is rebuilt to the high-quality standards BCQS is known for.”
BCQS have recently been appointed as Project Managers and Quantity Surveyors by Unite BVI to assist in the re-building of the Bregado Flax Educational Centre in Virgin Gorda. Kevi will head up the BCQS team.
“I am excited to be back in the British Virgin Islands working with the BCQS team and I look forward to the new challenges and additional responsibilities that lay ahead,” says Kevi. “I am eager to play a role in the rebuild of our islands and am committed to excellence and providing exceptional service.”
Kevi completed his Bachelors of Architecture/ Project Management from Ryerson University in Canada and achieved his Masters of Quantity Surveying from Northumbria University. Kevi is currently a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).