Estates teams have been recognised with OBEs and MBEs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for FM service provision during the pandemic.
OBE honours went to Susan Chapman, deputy divisional director of estates and facilities, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust, for services to the NHS during the Covid-19 response.
Geoffrey Moyle, catering manager in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, also won an OBE for services to catering in the NHS during Covid-19.
Andrew Price, a security manager from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, was also honoured with an OBE for his work at Heathrow Airport in aviation security.
Bernice Suzanne from Allport Wingerworth, Derbyshire, who is a workplace adjustment team leader for Civil Service Employee Policy at the Cabinet Office, was also awarded an OBE for services to gender equality.
MBEs also went to Neil Pearce, head of estates at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, for services to the Covid-19 response; Terence Allen, a porter based in London for Interserve at University College London for services to the NHS during Covid-19; and Thomas Kenny, an estates supervisor from Kincardine, Fife, who works for Police Scotland College, Tulliallan, who was honoured for services to policing and the community in Tulliallan.