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Winners of the PFM Awards 2018

08 November 2018

Last night saw the the 25th anniversary of the PFM Partnership Awards, resulting in enthusiastic response throughout the evening and on a variety of social media platforms.

In addition to the many features celebrating a quarter century of recognising the best examples of true partnership working in the UK FM industry included throughout the evening, the PFM Awards was delighted to welcome former PFM editor Jane Fenwick as the guest of honour.

Jane was assistant editor at the time of the first PFM Awards and continued to be involved following her promotion to editor in the late 1990s and also after her retirement from this role in 2011.

After continuing as a consultant and working closely with the judges, she announced that she should would retire from this role in 2016 to spend more time with her family, having been a central figure within the FM industry’s favourite awards for 23 years.

She became a well-known and popular figure throughout the FM sector but particularly with the judging panel members and many of the industry’s service providers, and is well known to several of this year’s judges and many of last night's attendees.


Partners in Cleaning

Paternoster Square Management with JPC Regent Samsic

Partners in Cleaning – Public Sector
Atalian Servest with Post Office Limited

Partners in Corporate – Private Sector
PTSG Integral Cradles with Skanska

Partners in Corporate – Public Sector
Kier with Imagile at Berrywood Hospital

Partners in Corporate Social Responsibility
Dentons UK and Middle East with Partnerships Matter

Partners in CSR – Public Sector
Wates Smartspace with Twycross Zoo

Partners in Energy Management
4D Monitoring with Lambert Smith Hampton

Partners in Energy Management – Public Sector
Aspire Defence Services with Defence Infrastructure Organisation

Partners in Expert Services
Assurity Consulting with BNP Paribas Real Estate

Partners in Expert Services – Public Sector
Qwest Services with Cheshire West and Chester Council

Partners in Relocation
Pickfords Business Solutions with Vinci

Partners in Retail
Evolve with Vodafone

Partners in SME
JPC Cleaning Services with Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work

Achievement in Facilities Technology

Team Member
Julia Proporowicz, Bluewater Shopping Centre receptionist, Incentive FM

Account Director of the Year
Fiona Stewart, Northumbria University account director, Sodexo

Young Leader of the Year
Kristian Trend, St George’s Tower general manager, Student Living by Sodexo

Peter Middup Lifetime Achievement in FM Award
Colin Blair MBE, director of estates and facilities, University of Huddersfield

Overall Winner
Dentons UK and Middle East with Partnerships Matter

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