FM excellence recognised at the BIFM Awards 2018
The winners of the BIFM Awards 2018 have been announced across categories encompassing People, Innovation and Impact.
The 18th annual British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Awards 2018 took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, with thirteen winners chosen from forty-six finalists.
BIFM Chairman Stephen Roots said: “Our Awards honour hard work and success and they let the brightest FM stars shine.
“The profession’s come a long way – you can track it’s growth through the Award categories added over the years as it has grown in stature and reach.
“As we transition to the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management next month, we will ensure that the best of BIFM lives on in IWFM; and there can be no better expression of this than through our leading Awards, which will debut as the IWFM Awards next year.”
Here is the list of 2018 winners in full:
People: The individuals, teams and organisations who invest in their people, who lead and drive improvement.
Newcomer of the Year
Winner: Paul McNally, VINCI Facilities
Highly Commended: Shiloh Johal, Bellrock
Leader of the Year
Winner: David Carr
Manager of the Year
Winner: Laura Birnbaum, HM Courts and Tribunals Service Facilities
Highly Commended: Marie Turner, LiveWest
Team of the Year
Winner: Kier Workplace Services and Cardiff Council
Highly Commended: London Stadium, VINCI Facilities
Winner: Oliver Jones
Innovation: Recognising cutting-edge developments in facilities management and the benefits they bring.
Innovation in Technology and Systems
Winner: Digital FM – The New Era, Emaar Facilities Management LLC
Highly Commended: BAM Facilities Management – Horus, Sentinel
Innovation in Products and Services
Winner: Innovation Gateway
Highly Commended: Anyjunk
Innovation in Professional Development (large organisations)
Winner: Premier Technical Services Group PLC
Highly Commended: GWS Connect – a new way of onboarding, CBRE global Workplace Solutions
Impact: Highlighting the tangible impact outstanding facilities management brings to business, the environment and society.
Impact on Customer Experience
Winner: Hinchingbrooke Treatment Centre, Kier Workplace Services, Prospect Healthcare
Impact on Employee Experience
Winner: intu Properties
Highly Commended: The impact of Wellbeing on Performance at the Frontline of Facilities Management, Manchester Metropolitan University
Impact on the Environment
Winner: Carbon Management Programme, University of Oxford
Highly Commended: International Commerce Centre, Kai Shing Management Services Limited
Impact on Organisational Performance
Winner: Newable – A Brave New Workspace, WhereWeWork Ltd
Highly Commended: Lift Your Wellbeing (LYW) Programme, Skanska
Impact on Society
Winner: Abilities in Facilities, Sewell Facilities Management in partnership with Mencap