Award Winners 2019 | Healthcare Estates

2019 Awards WINNERS

Healthcare Estates IHEEM Awards 2019 was held at Manchester Central and was a huge success, seeing its largest Awards gathering of over 640 guests from NHS and commercial healthcare sector ranging from all around the world.

A very special congratulations to all our 2019 winners:

New Build Project of the Year

WINNER: Caudwell International Children’s Centre – Caudwell Children

The judges commented: “ This project started from a different place, it was developed and funded in a different way to most. It delivers a delightful environment for neuro-divergent children and their families. It floats like a butterfly and certainly hits the spot!”

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Refurbishment Project of the Year

WINNER: NHS Lanarkshire, University Hospital Monklands – Theatre and Intensive Care Unit – Currie & Brown UK

The judges commented: “ A highly complex 11-phase operating theatre and ICU refurbishment and reconfiguration project at a large Scottish acute hospital, completed with minimal disruption to patient care and clinical activity.”

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Product Innovation

WINNER: Modul’ Up – Forbo Flooring Systems UK

The judges commented: “What more could you ask for from a product innovator. Straightforward, effective and very practical – saves huge amount of cost, saves on disruption, used widely in live hospital environments..”

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Architectural Practice of the Year

WINNER: P+HS Architects

The judges commented: “An impressive portfolio of recent projects and the examples illustrated indicate bright and airy patient care spaces. It is also fantastic to see a company championing its own staff mental health and wellbeing.”

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Apprentice of the Year

WINNER: Thomas Bennett, South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS FT

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Sustainable Achievement

WINNER: Tanworth Lane Dementia Care Facility – One Creative Environments

The judges commented:“ It is a delight to see a building not only purpose built for the patients care but also designed to be sustainable. It was also fantastic to see that the LED lighting was designed not only for energy reduction but also had a patient care purpose.”

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Estates & Facilities Team

WINNER: Chase Farm Redevelopment Team

The judges commented: “The challenges of keeping old outdated services and infrastructures working whilst new services are being installed is extremely difficult. This team have achieved a very wide range of milestones across its substantial and very wide-ranging property portfolio over the past 3-4 years”.

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Consultancy of the Year

WINNER: Currie & Brown UK

The judges commented: “The Currie & Brown team was described recently by a large NHS client as ‘very capable, enthusiastic, and delivers above and beyond what is required or expected of them’”.

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IHEEM Lifetime Achievement


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