2017 Award Winners

IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award

The IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to a member of the Institute who has given long service to the Healthcare Industry whether within the NHS or in the Private Sector and has made a significant contribution to their particular specialist field.

This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Bill Murray who has been a fantastic ambassador for IHEEM.

Having joined the Institute in 1974, he became President of IHEEM in 2000 and for the past 15 years he has been Chair of the Institute’s Audit and Remuneration Committee.

Outside of IHEEM, he has had a varied and colourful career spanning the past 50 years working in a variety of roles within the healthcare sector until 2003 when he retired at Chief Executive level.

In 1993 he was awarded an OBE and he was key in setting up and developing the Yorkshire Regional Training Scheme supporting apprentice engineers for over 40 years.

Bill received his Award at IHEEM's annual Healthcare Estates Awards Dinner in Manchester on 10 October in front of an audience of over 500 guests.

Lifetime Achievement Award Winner

 

Lord Carter Innovation Award

The Royal Wolverhampton Trust were the Winners of the first Lord Carter Innovation Award in 2017 for their entry: 'Delivering operational efficiencies and savings through the introduction of new engineering innovative technologies'. Find out more about the Lord Carter Innovation Award >

Lord Carter Innovation Award winnner 2017

 

Northcroft Silver Medal

The IHEEM Northcroft Silver Medal will be presented at the annual IHEEM President's Awards Ceremony on 30 November in London. Find out more >