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Pickfords and VINCI Facilities - A Partnership in Relocation

P&FM Awards 2018

Pickfords Business Solutions and VINCI Facilities, the construction and facilities management experts, were awarded ‘Best Partnership in Relocation’ at the recent P&FM Awards 2018.

The awards, created by P&FM Magazine, recognize companies and suppliers that forge effective partnerships within the FM realm.  The awards were held at a black tie event at The Brewery in London (Nov 7) and this category award was presented by the British Association of Removers Commercial Moving Group Chairman Nigel Shaw.

Teams from Pickfords Business Solutions and VINCI Facilities went up to receive the award - which is a reflection of the long standing partnership forged between both companies.

The award followed a year when VINCI Facilities and Pickfords relocated Convent Garden’s flower and vegetable markets, collaborated to find a national, multi-site digital asset verification solution and helped clients achieve their sustainability goals through Pickfords’ furniture recycling and reuse service.

 

Collaborative working

Pickfords' Head of Business Solutions Martin Budd said “The award is a reflection of the strength of our long term partnership and the collaborative working which has provided ongoing benefits to VINCI Facilities clients in the last year.”

Head of Asset Management at VINCI Facilities, Duncan Hartley said “This award highlights the strength in depth and integration of the supply chain partnership between the VINCI Facilities and Pickford's businesses.”

Picture: Teams from Pickfords Business Solutions and VINCI Facilities receiving the ‘Best Partnership in Relocation’ award at the recent P&FM Awards 2018.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer

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