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Marine-i support helps 3DMSI recruit new specialist

Penryn-based surveyors 3DMSI have expanded and welcomed Architectural Technician Keri Parkinson to their team, with the support of the Marine-i graduate salary subsidy programme.

Keri brings a wealth of experience to the company who specialise in carrying out 3D laser scan surveys, 3D modelling and visualisation work.  3DMSI work with world-renowned superyacht manufactures and refit specialists, as well as an industry-leading ship repair yard in Falmouth. The company also provides bespoke services to smaller yacht builders and boat owners based locally.

Keri brings valuable specialist knowledge to her new job, having worked on a wide variety of architectural projects. She has a degree in Architectural Technology and the Environment from Plymouth University and an MSc in Sustainable Heritage from The Bartlett, London. Keri also currently sits on the Board of Trustees for the Cornwall Building Preservation Trust. 

The Marine-i project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund and supported by Unlocking Potential. They seek to find the graduate-level talent that can help marine business in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly grow by providing innovative marine products and services. (Unlocking Potential is managed by the Cornwall College Group and is committed to helping businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly prosper, for the benefit of the wider local economy.)

Dawn McColl who is based at Falmouth Marine School and part of the Marine-i team says:

“It is really fascinating working with 3DMSI, who are leading specialists and innovators within their industry. It is a real eye-opener to see the pioneering work that is being carried out in Cornwall and in the Marine sector. I am delighted that Marine-i has been able to support 3DMSI with recruiting the vital new talent they need for business growth.”