Petros N. Stylianou
Petros Stylianou, MRICS is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Quantity Surveying and has Masters of Business Administration.
He specializes in quantity surveying matters and project management of various construction projects. He is also one of the directors of SH Soil Engineering Ltd, a company specialising in soil investigation and supply of special type of construction laboratory equipment. He has over 20 years work experience in the construction industry and has extensive experience in the contracts administration of major civil and building engineering projects. He deals with the financial and legal aspects of construction projects- responsible for the preparation of monthly valuations, cash flows, preparation of construction contracts, preparation and evaluation of construction claims.
He worked in the Quantity Surveying Department of Iacovou Brothers (Constructions) from October 2000 till October 2015.
Prior to Iacovou Brothers, he worked for Hochtief AG in Greece, a major German construction firm which was responsible for the construction of the New Athens International Airport in 2001. He also worked for Brown and Root Civil in the UK, a major consulting engineering firm where he gained experience in preparing tender documents for major projects funded by the World Bank in various countries.
Petros is a visiting lecturer at the Neapolis University of Paphos where he lectures Construction Economics to real estate undergraduate students.
He is married to Ioanna Spyrou and has a new born son.
He served as the Chairman of the RICS Cyprus Board (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) for two terms June 2009-October 2015. He also served as the treasurer of the Cyprus Association of Quantity Surveyors (SEEOKK) and he is currently the President of the Rotary Club of Nicosia-Lefkothea.
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Was born in Nicosia on the 23 August 1955. After completing his secondary school education he served in the National Guard as a Second Lieutenant and saw military action in the Nicosia green line area during the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
After his military service, Charalambos moved to the UK where he studied and became member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales having signed articles with a London based firm of Chartered Accountants.
On his return to Cyprus he worked for one of the big four accounting firms before moving to banking where he spent more than 20 years with an international bank in senior management positions. Charalambos has also served as a director in a number of companies and Associations, the most notable being the Cyprus Bankers Employers Association where he served as a Treasurer and a Vice President.
Since 2008 Charalambos is running his own accounting firm in Nicosia offering services in the fields of accounting, auditing, taxation and business consultancy. Charalambos is also a licensed Insolvency Practitioner having successfully completed the required studies and exams.
He is married with Militsa, a civil servant, and they have two children: Demetris, a qualified Chartered Accountant with PWC and Maria, an operational efficiencies consultant with an international business consultancy firm.