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Working Buildings Week proclaims winning companies

10 October 2008

Six categories of Awards were presented at Working Buildings Week last week for top products and services, and a new Award for London Workplace of the Year.

Working Buildings Week this week at London’s Olympia once again became an opportunity to celebrate the industry’s innovation. The UK’s largest gathering of facilities managers, building services engineers, energy managers and all those with an interest in the operational issues surrounding an organization’s physical assets. The Working Buildings Awards raise the profile of the most innovative products and services as well excellence within the built environment itself.

Organisers CMPi received an outstanding level of entries, demonstrating clear innovation and business excellence in the efficient management of the built environment. Chairman of Judges,was Peter Middup, publisher of PFM, the FM sector’s leading magazine who has once again supported the Awards.

The categories and winners were as follows:

Best Innovation in FM Services.
The judges were looking for an innovative service that noticeably improves the workplace.
Winner: Harrow Green

Best innovation in Building Services.
Open to all exhibitors that had introduced an innovative product or service to the building services market within the past 12 months, judges were looking for a product or service that provided a practical solution for a building services issue.
Winner: Bodet Ltd

Best Innovation in Green Product or Service.
The judges were looking for a product or service that had demonstrated a significant effect of the environmental impact of a working building. Due to the standard of entries, there is both a Winner and a Highly Commended winner.
Highly Commended: Powerperfector
Winner: Dimplex Heat Pumps

Best Innovation in Low Energy Management.
The judges were looking for an innovative product or service that has proved to result in improved energy management.
Winner: Infor

Best Product Innovation.
Open to any exhibiting company that could clearly demonstrate how its product benefited not only the workforce and workplace, but ultimately the business.
Winner: MK Electric

London Workplace of the Year.
A new Award in 2008, the judges were looking for a workplace that had implemented innovative schemes to improve the workplace for employees such as innovative new lighting designs; creative ways of reducing waste or perhaps the introduction of ergonomically designed work stations. The high quality of entries has led us to offer both a Commended and Highly Commended along with the Winner.
Winner: Donovan Data Systems, Blue Fin Building.
Highly Commended: ISG Headquarters, Aldgate House.
Commended: National Magazine Company, Broadwick Street



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