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Past Presidents of IQSSL

A look back at the great personalities that passionately drove the quantity surveying industry of Sri Lanka to greater heights.

Ch. QS Upul Shantha

2014 to 2019

IQSSL progressed further by integrating efficient mechanisms, a technology-oriented modern operational framework, and multiple other services under the purview of Ch. QS Upul Shantha.

Nishantha Wickramasinghe

2016 to 2019

Ch. QS Hemantha Aponso

2012 to 2014

Ch. QS Hemantha Aponso served as the fifth President of IQSSL.

Ch. QS Prof. (Mrs) Chitra Weddikkara

2000 to 2012

Professor Chitra Suranganee Weddikkara is apast President of the IQSSL who holds a record of the longest-serving President. Affably known as Chitra amongst her peer contemporaries, Professor Chitra Weddikkara has been an internationally renowned personality in the construction sector.

Ch. QS H.D. Chandrasena

Ch. QS Hettiarachchige Don Chandrasena, usually named as H.D.Chandrasena, is the 3rd in line as the President of the IQSSL and is the senior most Quantity Surveyor in Sri Lanka at the moment. He was the Deputy General Manager (Consultancy Services) of the State Engineering Corporation (S.E.C.) of Sri Lanka and was also the Chief Quantity Surveyor of the S.E.C. for nearly 18 years.

Ch. QS Tony Miskin

From May 1988

Ch. QS Tony Preena Miskin is a founding member, the first Honourary Secretary and the second President of the IQSSL. The inaugural meeting of the IQSSL has been recorded on 4th July 1983 at Mr. Miskin’s office in Colombo. He is also responsible for drafting the constitution of the IQSSL.

Ch. QS Prof. H.P.S. Caldera

1983 to 1988

Professor Caldera was instrumental in design and organisation of the landmark National Certificate of Technology course in Quantity Surveying, the result of which is some thousands have primarily started their career as Quantity Surveyors, thus filling a considerable technical vacuum in the construction industry..

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