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BIFM announces finalists for its 17th annual awards

The 48 finalists in this year’s BIFM Awards have been confirmed.

Now in its 17th year, the Awards, supported by headline sponsor Carillion, shine a spotlight on the individuals and organisations driving innovation and delivering exceptional results in facilities management.

The finalists in the 12 categories across the themes of People, Innovation and Impact are:

The individuals, teams and organisations who invest in their people, who lead and drive improvements.

Newcomer of the Year:
• Conrad Dinsmore, ISS UK Ltd
• Marina Kostadinovic, NHS Property Services
• Michelle McMahon, Mace Macro

Manager of the Year:
• Mike Gibson, ENGIE
• Lee Hannan, BAM FM
• Darryl Hassett, Nationwide Window Cleaning
• Zoe Inman, intu Trafford Centre

Leader of the Year:
Finalists are not listed in this category. The winner will be announced during the Awards ceremony on 9 October.

Team of the Year:
• Carillion Services, Northwood Headquarters Vision: To be the UK’s premier military headquarters
• Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Vision 20:20
• Kier Workplace Services, Kier and Surrey County Council
• Sussex University Estates and Facilities

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Finalists are not listed in this category. The winner will be announced during the Awards ceremony on 9 October.

Recognising innovative facilities management technology, systems, products and services and the benefits they bring, from cost-savings to enhanced interaction.

Innovation in Technology and Systems:
• Astra Zeneca PLC, Macclesfield Campus
• BAM FM, Robotics in FM
• EMCOR UK, Driving real change with building performance analytics
• Honeywell Building Solutions, Thames Valley Vision Project
• intu Retail Services Ltd, Lifecycle: out of the shadows
• Stonehaven Technology, Flood and extreme weather management

New Product or Service of the Year:
• JLL, A dedicated small works solution for EMEA
• Mitie, Edison Self Service
• Rapid Washrooms Ltd, The smart washroom solution for demanding locations

Demonstrating the real and tangible impact good FM brings to business, the environment and society.

Impact on Customer Experience:
• Broadgate Estates, Enabling remarkable places to perform
• Landsec, Aspire As One
• Mace Macro, Emirates Air Line
• Mosanada Facilities Management Services, Redefining customer experience in the Gulf
• OCS Group, Airport PRM
• Robertson Facilities Management, Collaborative working programme with Teesside University

Impact on Employee Experience:
• GlaxoSmithKline in collaboration with Sodexo and CBRE, Service Standardisation Programme
• Johnson & Johnson, 2020 Workplace Experience Strategy
• Land Securities and Bennett Hay, Employee Wellbeing Strategy
• Phonographic Performance Ltd, Oasis
• VINCImouchel Ltd and Lincolnshire County Council, ONE Team: Uniting employees to transform Lincolnshire’s property services

Impact on the Environment:
• Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and CBRE Global Workplace Solutions
• Foreign and Commonwealth Office, #FCO2: Delivering a world-class platform
• Khadamat Facilities Management
• Landsec, Caring for the environment
• RBS, Investing in technology and people
• Skanska, Waste management: A culture of change

Impact on Organisational Performance:
• Mitie, Mitie innovate mail services for Essex County Council
• Prudential Corporate Property and CBRE, Supplier relationship management
• Sodexo, Working with Zurich to re-think the workplace experience
• Teach First, Agile working at Teach First

Impact on Society:
• Apleona, Health in the High Street
• ENGIE and the London Borough of Lambeth
• Recycling Lives
• Tesco Stores Ltd and Premier Workplace Services, Social value and sustainable outcomes
• Virgin Money, Sheffield Lounge

BIFM Awards Chair of Judges Steve Gladwin said: “The BIFM Awards celebrate the very best the facilities management industry has to offer, honouring the outstanding people and projects helping to advance the FM profession and acting as a benchmark for excellence across the FM sector.

“As ever, the calibre of entries from across the economy and all areas of our ever-evolving and dynamic profession was exceptionally high, demonstrating not only the depth and breadth of FM but shining a light on some of the individuals, services and innovations at the forefront of facilities management that are helping to drive forward both the profession and industry.

“Being a finalist in the BIFM Awards is a huge accolade in itself and I wish everyone the best of luck and look forward to celebrating all the ways they are delivering the value of FM to business and society when the winners are announced at our Awards ceremony in October.”

The winners will be announced during an Awards ceremony hosted by TV comedian, stage actor and movie star Stephen Mangan at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday 9 October.

In the run-up to the ceremony, BIFM will be announcing further information on the people, teams, projects and organisations that are in contention for an Award.

Tickets and tables are on sale now and can be booked at www.bifmawards.org.

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