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On Wednesday it was World FM Day 2021 and our leadership team visited our client’s sites to go ‘back to the floor’ and say a big thank you to all our front-line teams who have done an outstanding job playing a critical role in keeping sites open and operational during a very challenging time. 

Our Chief Executive, David Carr spent the day with the team at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. He really enjoyed working alongside the team helping with a number of jobs including cleaning and preparing meals (see picture below of David with team member Leanne Mathias).

David Carr said ‘I was delighted to spend World FM day working alongside the team at John Radcliffe Hospital. A big thank you to all the front line teams who are so critical to keeping our clients' activities up and running

David Carr

 Amelle Mestari, our Director of Procurement joined our cleaning team at King's College London. This was special for Amelle as it was her first project with Bouygues E&S 23 years ago. The picture shows Amelle giving our valued team member Alice Funke Ajayi a Ten-Year Long-Service Award.

Amelle Mestari

Glynn Newby, Director of Operations spent the day working as a Premises Officer at Lewisham Schools which really boosted the team spirit. 

Glynn Newby

Many Long-Service Awards and Bouygues E&S RESPECT Awards were presented to staff across our sites who have gone above and beyond and shown true commitment. Thank you to all the front-line FM staff at Bouygues E&S and across our industry for everything you do for us all.

 

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