James Fritz - Deputy Director
James Fritz has been an employee with the Survey & Mapping Department, (TCIG) Turks & Caicos Islands Government over a career period that spans for over twenty eighteen (28) years. Six (6) of those years he spent working as the Survey Assistant in the Survey & Mapping Department. In 1996 he saw the need to improve himself and become more qualified within his field of work, deciding to take a two year study leave using the opportunity to pursue a Diploma program at Oakland’s College in St. Albans, Hertsfordshire in the United Kingdom.
On his return to the Turks and Caicos Islands in 1998, James was promoted to the post of Assistant Director.
Again in 2002, he took another 3 years study leave to pursue, a Bachelor’s Degree in Surveying & Mapping at the University of East London in the United Kingdom.
He has over Twenty-two years experiences as a practicing Government Land Surveyor and has proven to be a reliable, qualified and focus land surveyor who has the required knowledge, skills and experience to carry out his duties in the capacity of Deputy Director of Surveys.
As reliable, qualified and focused land surveyor, with knowledge, skills and experience in the area of surveying and the aspects involved, including the various software and equipment applications and the latest in new survey technology. The areas encompassed: Cadastral, Engineering, Topographic and Construction, mapping and land management.
- Bachelors of Science, Honors Survey & Mapping, University of East London.U.K.
- Diploma, Survey & Cartography, Oaklands College, St. Albans, Hertsfordshire, U.K.