(MENAFN Editorial) Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill was recently presented the prestigious European CEO Award in the Facilities Management category in recognition of the company's impressive growth and strategic objectives that have propelled it to the number one position within the industry and the region
The European CEO awards are held every year with the aim to recognise good commercial leadership internationally and following an intense analysis of all nominations in this category the panel of judges were unanimous in its decision that Emrill's credentials were unmatched
"Emrill Services has excelled in providing an exceptional level of expertise to its clients with a clear focus on facilities and asset management. It has also led the way by integrating energy management into its offering, further cementing its position as a leading integrated facilities management company. This was reflected in the judges' assessment, in recognising Emrill Services for this award." said a spokesperson on behalf the European CEO Award
Under Ben's stewardship Emrill have achieved a number of firsts for the region, becoming the first FM company to be awarded the Dubai Chamber CSR Label in 2012 for sustainable business practices and introducing energy management into their facilities management offering while rising rapidly to achieve the most prestigious award for FM company of the Year in 2013.
Emrill has serviced some of the most prestigious projects over the last decade becoming the 'go-to' company for Facilities Management in region with a reported 47% growth in revenue from the end of 2010, with 27% of this growth being achieved in 12 months from May 2012 to April 2013
In addition Ben's management style was highlighted for his ability to drive teams and colleagues to deliver their best. The panel of judges were most impressed with Emrill's exponential rise to amazing heights within a short period of time and their efforts to operate a business based on sustainable and responsible corporate practices while supporting young graduates in the region