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  • Jaguar raises over £18,000 for the Ivy Street Family Centre

    April 5, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    We are delighted to announce that over the last 12 months we have raised over a whopping £18,000 for our charity partner, the Ivy Street Family Centre. Many of our customers have joined us in our aim to raise money for this fantastic organisation, and we are very proud of everyone’s efforts and donations that have helped to achieve this great result!

    Angela Large, Director of Services at the Ivy St. Centre commented;

    “Jaguar’s financial contribution enables us to continue the work of the centre and provides a much needed stable income, as grants and other donations become harder to access. We are very grateful for all the support we receive from Jaguar, and in particular to ...

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  • A great result for Jaguar Building Services

    April 3, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Following a national tender process, Jaguar are very pleased to announce that we have secured one of the Central London packages and will remain as the chosen M&E service provider at several Cushman and Wakefield properties. In addition to our existing portfolio, Jaguar were also appointed at two additional sites; 1 King William Street and 50 Broadway.

    We will be providing the mechanical, electrical, and building fabric maintenance services to all buildings, which will be supported by our dedicated Account Management department.

    We would like to thank the engineering teams across our Cushman & Wakefield sites. Their hard work over the years has been a huge part of achieving an excellent reputation within the industry and is a testament to ...

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  • Jaguar achieve Silver RoSPA award for third year running

    March 28, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Jaguar are very proud to have received the Silver RoSPA award for the third consecutive year.

    We understand that excellent Health and Safety standards are paramount within our industry, and therefore safety is always at the forefront of everything we do.

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank every one of our teams across the organisation who helped to secure the award. Our dedicated engineers, managers, and health and safety department have yet again proven their commitment to making the environment we work in a safe one.

    Louise Davies, Jaguar’s Health and Safety Manager commented;

    “Although the level of health and safety at Jaguar is consistently high, we have been focused on developing and improving our health ...

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  • Jaguar’s Gracechurch Street portfolio is expanding!

    March 22, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Jaguar have been awarded the mechanical, electrical and building fabric services contract at both 33 & 55 Gracechurch Street in a three-year deal.

    Overseeing the mobilisation of the buildings will be Senior Account Manager Roger Starling, and Account Manager Luke Poole who currently support our existing team at 70 Gracechurch Street.

    Rhona Smith, Business Development Manager commented;

    “Securing the M&E contracts at 33 and 55 Gracechurch Street further cements our successful working relationship with Savills. Thanks are extended to the Savills team for their continued support and to our account management teams who consistently provide excellent service.”

    Both buildings occupy prominent positions, within a short walk from Jaguar’s Head Office and are in close proximity to Bank, Cannon St ...

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  • Jaguar secure a further 2-year contract at Citypoint

    March 19, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    We are delighted to announce that Jaguar will be continuing to provide Mechanical, Electrical, and Building Fabric maintenance services for a further 2 years at Citypoint.

    Our contract has been successfully held since 2011 and over the last 8 years a consistent high level of service has been demonstrated by our on-site team of engineers, management teams and senior management department.

    Robbie Kitson, Associate Director at Jaguar commented;

    “Retaining a contract is always satisfying and is a general reflection of the team’s performance. I am very proud of the team at Citypoint, and I’m pleased that all their hard work and effort has paid off. It is a great pleasure to be able to sincerely say that we ...

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  • Another excellent result for Jaguar’s Projects team!

    March 14, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Following the successful conclusion of the heating and ventilation plant installation works at 15 Adam Street, we are delighted to have now completed the final phase of the cooling plant replacement project.

    The existing 500kW chiller has been replaced with a new modern equivalent. Works included road closure of The Strand, crane lifting operations, pipework & electrical modifications, and integration of the new chiller to the building management system.

    Thank you and well done to all involved for a well planned and executed project.

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  • Why are Thermography Surveys important?

    March 8, 2019  by Rebekka Gough
    Adam Nguyen - Thermal Imaging Technician

    The above image is an example of one of the faults found during a recent thermography survey. The cable and termination serving a tap-off unit was found to be operating at an elevated temperature.

    A reducing temperature gradient can be noticed from the crimped termination, indicating a high resistance connection. Jaguar were able to rectify this issue at the earliest opportunity by replacing the lug and reterminating the cable.

    Our extensive experience in maintaining critical environments means that we understand the importance of using predictive maintenance technology quickly, accurately and safely locate problems.

    That’s why we carry out all thermography surveys in-house. Adam Nguyen works within our Technical Team and has been making his ...

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  • Jaguar embraces National Appenticeship Week

    March 7, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Jaguar Building Services now have 7 apprentices on board across our organisation. Our focus has been to give each apprentice our inside industry knowledge and provide them with the best possible experience to start their career.

    Our team of apprentices rotate site every 6 months to get a true understanding of what it’s like to work within critical environments, experience different leadership styles and most importantly, gain valuable engineering skills.

    We also undertake 3 monthly reviews with our apprentices to make sure they are fully engaged and supported within the workplace. This review also allows us to check their progress with the apprentice log book which tracks their knowledge of all M&E systems.

    Should you know of anyone looking ...

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  • Jaguar Projects welcomes Project Manager Darren Moss to the team

    March 1, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    Darren Moss has joined Jaguar as the latest addition to our Projects department. He has spent his 38-year career in a wide range of roles including; Building Surveyor, Draughtsman, Project Manager and has recently moved from a Government Operations and Facilities Management role.

    Darren’s breadth of experience across multiple disciplines has provided him with knowledge of office, retail, specialist laboratory and emergency operation room installations. We are confident that Darren’s broad knowledge and expertise will be of great benefit to both his team and our customers.

    Darren commented;

    “I am very pleased to be joining Jaguar Projects, who’s reputation for quality and reliable service is well known throughout the industry. I look forward to helping expand Jaguar ...

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  • Jaguar secure a further 3-year M&E contract at 1 St Martins Le Grand

    Feb. 22, 2019  by Rebekka Gough

    We are pleased to announce that following a recent re-tender process, Jaguar have been appointed as the M&E contractors for a further 3-year term at 1 St Martins Le Grand.

    Despite numerous re-tenders in 2018, we are very proud to advise that we did not lose a single static site last year. We understand that this significant achievement is heavily dependent on our dedicated onsite engineering teams, who work extremely hard to provide a first-class service that exceeds our customers’ expectations.

    Sid Newbon, Senior Account Manager at 1 St Martins commented; “Whilst securing new contracts is important, retaining in such a competitive market is even more so. A special thank you goes to our onsite team, who have worked hard ...

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