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Winners of Excellence Awards announced on Global FM Day

13 July 2016

Winners of the Platinum, Gold and Silver categories within the Award of Excellence in FM initiative have been announced as part of Global FM Day.

The Platinum award was won by FMA Australia for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

BIFM was awarded by Gold Award of Excellence in FM for Heathrow Airport.

IFMA received the Silver award for Centostazioni SpA in Italy.

Global FM chairman Duncan Waddell said: “The Global FM Excellence in FM Awards elevates the very best facilities management projects to a global stage.

"All the submissions are award winners in their own right, as our member organisations select their very best candidates from their organisations over the past year.

"All of the entries highlight the role that FM professionals play in supporting and enabling business performance.”

Awards co-ordinator Jaclyn Lee said: “It was an honour to coordinate this year’s Global FM Awards programme and work with such talented individuals.

"This year’s awards programme included 12 submissions from six countries and represented six different facility management associations.

"The judges had a difficult time narrowing down the submissions into the top three as all the submissions demonstrated excellence and innovation in facility management.

"Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s awards programme."

See more information on the winners and other events taking place as part of Global FM Day at

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