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.

The IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually at the Healthcare Estates IHEEM Awards Ceremony.

Criteria and Nomination Process

  • The award is open to members of the Institute.
  • The award winner shall be selected by an Award Working Group established by the Council.
  • The Award Working Group shall consist of the President, a past President and an elected member of the Council who is not also a member of the Executive Committee.
  • The Award Working Group is to inform the Council of its findings.

The announcement of the award is be made each year at the annual IHEEM Healthcare Estates Awards Dinner in Manchester in October and also reported in the Health Estates Journal, the HEJ. The award consists of a medal together with an inscribed certificate.

The Eligibility Criteria

  • The award is for IHEEM members. In exceptional circumstances the award may be made to a non-member
  • The award will be made to an individual who has demonstrated an exceptional contribution to the field of engineering and healthcare estates.
  • The award may be given posthumously

For further information on the award’s past winners, rules and conditions and to submit an application form, please call the IHEEM Head Office on 02392823186.

Submit your nomination for the IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award 2018

In 2017, the IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Bill Murray.

IHEEM Lifetime Achievement Award winner 2017