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The 2017 AUDE Awards took place on the final night of the annual AUDE conference, at Manchester Metropolitan University. The awards recognised the achievements of universities across the UK and best practice in the industry, including those who lead the way in estate and facilities management.
The judges were on the search for teams, projects and individuals who have made a significant contribution to the sector by upholding excellence and value for money, in order to promote efficiency and effectiveness.
2017 marks AUDE’s 25th year in promoting excellence in the strategic planning, management, operation and development of higher education estates and facilities. The awards showcased the very best practice taking place in institutions today.
Universities entered this year’s awards to win a place in one of the prestigious categories:
This year the AUDE University Impact Initiative of the Year Award went to The University of Manchester, for their sustainability engagement programme.This award recognises a specific initiative having a significant positive impact on the institution, the sector and/or the profession. The team at Manchester University showcased how academic and professional services can come together. The grand scale project brought together the university community, with 5,000 students taking part and placed the estates team at the core of the institution. Read the full case study.
The AUDE Chair's Award for Long Term Contribution went to Chris Jagger, University of Nottingham. This award celebrates Chris’ long-term achievements within the higher education estates community. Chris has completely transformed the campus of University of Nottingham which is vast in scale and plays an integral part of navigating the estates at several other campuses in the UK and overseas. Read the full case study.
Highly Commended award went to: Simon Smith, Nottingham Trent University, read his full case study.
2016’s AUDE Emerging Talent Award went to joint winners, Grant McGillivray, University of Glasgow and Stewart Crowe, University of Liverpool. Grant McGillicray illustrates the University of Glasgow’sstrategic investment in its people to drive success. His positive approach, can do attitude and aspirational behaviour marks him out as an estates leader of the future, read his full case study. Having completed his MBA, Stewart Crowe is forging ahead with a positive health and safety culture at Liverpool, enhancing the understanding of colleagues and widening his influence through external engagement with HSE and RIBA through his work as chair of USHA. Read his full case study.
The AUDE Estates/Facilities Team of the Year Award was presented to the Manchester Metropolitan University, Estates and Facilities Management Team. The judges were impressed by the Residential Life model which offers a complete and inclusive pastoral care package engaging students, staff and the local community. With 97% of student accommodation remaining filled throughout the academic year, the link between sense of belonging and academic success is clear. The impressive model provides a strong and measurable impact combined with portability throughout the sector. Read the full case study.
Highly Commended award went to: Glasgow Caledonian University, read the full case study.
AUDE Chair and judge, Mike Clark, director of estates and facilities management at the University of Brighton said; “This year AUDE celebrates its 25th anniversary and the awards are just one of the ways we continue to support best practice in estates and facilities. We’re delighted to judge such a high calibre of candidates, who are promoting high standards across the sector. We’re confident we have chosen the most exceptional teams and individuals who display best practice in their institutions. 2017 is set to evoke many challenges in the higher education sector, so it’s fantastic to continue to see our estate and facilities teams deliver the best student experience possible.”
Thanks to our award judges: Trevor Humphreys, AUDE Chair and Director of Estates and Facilities University of Surrey, Jerry Barnes – Sponsor Hoare Lea; Nolan Smith – HEFCE, Mike Clark, Director of Estates and Facilities Management University of Brighton, Debra Humpris, Vice Chancellor, University of Brighton.
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