The Facilities Management Awards 2017 Press Release
BUILD Magazine Announces Facilities Management Awards 2017 Winners.
United Kingdom, 2018– BUILD Magazine has announced winners of the Facilities Management Awards 2017.
Facilities Management companies are the hidden heroes across most industries from construction to waste management and hospitality to pest control. They keep worldwide businesses running smoothly and effectively, and they can often be overlooked when it comes to recognition for a job well done.
The Facilities Management Awards 2017 are prestigious awards run by Build Magazine, and now in their 2nd year, following on from the success of last year’s awards.
Discussing the success of these deserving winners, Heather Ryan, Awards Coordinator stated: ‘Our awards are dedicated to recognising those hidden heroes within the Facilities Management role for their excellence and dedication to their profession. It has been a real pleasure to showcase the hard work and dedication and I would like to wish each and every one of our winners the very best of luck for the future.’
To find out more about these prestigious awards, and the dedicated professionals selected for them, please visit http://www.build-review.com/ where you can view our winners supplement and full winners list.
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