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FM industry applauds PFM Awards winners

07 November 2007

A partnership specially created to support the training needs and facilities across the UK for the Armed Forces won the Partners in Multi Service Award and the Overall Award at the PFM Awards 2007 held at The Brewery, London on Tuesday 6th November.

(l-r) Tim Shapland, Business Services Director Landmarc; Kirsty Bennett,  Business Systems Manager Landmarc;Nicki Thomson, Support Services Relationship Director, Barclays; David Henry, Assistant Director Business Management, Defence Training Estate

The winners, Landmarc Support Services and Defence Training Estate, are strategic partners for the delivery of a £600m contract for 10-15 years to manage, maintain and develop military training facilities across the country. Landmarc Facilities is a joint venture company formed for this contract between Interserve Defence and CSC Applied Technology Division to provide a comprehensive package of traditional hard and soft services, that includes maintaining ranges and training areas, roads, tracks and conservation areas as well as traditional facilities support and catering, and a central booking service for all training facilities.

The judges said, ” The scale of this contract is significant both in its geographical spread, the range of services delivered and their complexity. The size, scope and criticality of this partnership is demanding enough but what has developed is an excellent partnership that works at all levels.”

The PFM Awards dinner held at the Brewery this week (Tuesday 6th November) was hosted by sports commentator, Clare Balding, and was attended by more than 600 people from the facilities management sector. Now in their 14th year, the PFM Awards are recognised throughout the facilities management sector as the premier accolade for best practice in working in partnership to deliver facilities and support services across a broad spectrum of activities and industries.

Other category winners are as follows:

PARTNERS IN BUSINESS CHANGE
EC Harris with Swanke Hayden Connell and Mitel

PARTNERS IN SUSTAINABILITY
MITIE with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

PARTNERS WITH PEOPLE
Johnson Controls Global Workplace Solutions

FMA YOUNG MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Dan Webb of Emcor

PFM AWARD IN PARTNERING EXCELLENCE
Jane Shannon of Cofathec

MITIE Business Innovation Award
Loughton Direct

E-BUSINESS AWARD
GSH for Smartbox

PARTNERS IN EXPERT SERVICES - SOFT
TNT Document Services with the Land Registry

PARTNERS IN EXPERT SERVICES – HARD
Sodexho with GlaxoSmithKline

PARTNERS IN MULTI SERVICE
Landmarc Support Services with Defence Training Estate

PARTNERS IN PUBLIC SERVICE
Interserve with the London Borough of Croydon

PARTNERS IN PFI/PPP
Cofathec with HM Prison Service

EUROPEAN FM PARTNERS ACROSS BORDERS
BP with Johnson Controls, Wisag and Altys Sodexho

PARTNERS IN FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
HBOS with Atkins


More details of the finalists and winners entries can be seen on www.pfmmagazine.co.uk



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