Friendly Competition Tees Off at Corporate Golf Day

Posted on December 4th, by Kathryn Kutchel in Events, News, Our people.

Identified as a ‘not to be missed quality event’ on the Consulting Surveyor’s social and sporting calendar, the Consulting Surveyors Victoria (CSV) Corporate Golf Day gave Taylors representatives a wonderful opportunity to mingle with Land Use Victoria employees, industry stakeholders and sponsors.

Attendees got to re-connect with familiar faces, and meet with surveyors from fellow companies and the Land Use Victoria employees before engaging in some friendly competition. Any way you ‘slice’ it, the day allowed everyone to understand the situations that different parties are exposed to during the year and build relationships on a social level. ‘It makes working at a professional level so much easier when you actually know that the person you are dealing with at the other end is a reasonable person who is just trying to do their job.’

Richard Illingworth with his team members for the day

Business Systems Manager Richard Illingworth had the chance to play alongside three Yarra Valley Water representatives while discussing upcoming developments before proceeding to take out the Beat the Pro Raffle at the dinner that followed. UD Survey Manager Wes Roberts was also paired with representatives from the subdivisions section of Land Victoria which ‘helped build on and strengthen existing relationships’, before meeting with the new Surveyor General Craig Sandy who expressed his interest in Taylors as ‘a leader in the Victorian Land Development industry’ and mentioned that ‘he will be looking to meet with key Victorian survey firms as part of his new role and may look to visit Taylors at some point in the future’.

UD Survey Manager Wes Roberts looking for a hole in one

Taylors own ACSV Board Member Leo Bateman was also in attendance following the tournament for a final dinner which saw the ACSV announce that they were considering new ideas for how the day may run and develop in future years, including alternative activities. There was also a message from the event’s sponsors, the Cancer Council regarding preventative life styles, and thanks for raising over $2,000 for the council.

UD Survey Manager (Field) Luke Kasperczyk focuses on technique

There were no holes in the Land Titles Office game as they took home the coveted trophy in the CSV vs. LTO challenge for the year. Taylors wishes to thank the CSV for their hospitality and for extending an invitation to Taylors to once again join in on this friendly relationship building congregation as we ‘bunker’ down into the festive season.