Recognising our Amey Stars

16 June 2021
Image of two Amey employees receiving Amey A Stars.

At Amey our people are behind the critical services the country relies on every day and we take personal pride in our public service. We are delighted to see our employees on the Prisons TFM account recognised for their work to minimise disruption, help transform lives and always keep prisons Covid 19 secure and safe.  

Congratulations to: 

Jack Grzesiak who was awarded an Amey Stars Card for working over two nights to keep the generators going at HMP Sudbury. His efforts stopped the Governor, Adrian Turner from having to move prisoners into temporary accommodation and the disruption this would have caused.  

Aleksejs Pavlovs who received a well-deserved Amey Stars Card for his outstanding artwork at HMP Lincoln. His work has received wide commendation for improving the prison environment and helping prisoners to transform their lives through learning new skills as part of our CRED rehabilitation programme 

And finally, Sharona Andrews and Tracee Barthorpe, who have been presented with an Amey Stars Card for their excellent delivery of cleaning services at HMP Whatton. Their work, especially dealing with the additional demands caused by the COVID 19 pandemic, was praised by the Governor, Lynn Saunders and helped keep everyone safe. 

Well done!