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  • Jaguar retain Park House, EC2

    Sept. 9, 2020

    Following a competitive tender process, we are delighted to announce that Jaguar have retained the hard services contract at Park House, EC2.

    The Grade II listed building has now been a part of Jaguar’s portfolio for over 8 years. It covers 190,000 sq ft., overlooking the prestigious Finsbury Circus - the largest open space in the City.

    Chris Howlett, Account Manager at Jaguar said:

    “To have retained Park House for yet another term is a huge testament to our onsite team and the excellent service they provide in maintaining the building to a very high standard. We look forward to continuing to work with CBRE as a trusted service provider.”

    Jaguar were also awarded a further two new properties ...

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  • Jaguar Projects secure Boiler Replacement at 70 Gracechurch Street

    Sept. 4, 2020

    We are delighted to announce that Jaguar Projects recently secured the Boiler replacement project at 70 Gracechruch Street. The project is set to last around 28 weeks and works will begin next month.

    Richard George, Head of Jaguar Projects commented:

    “We look forward to working with Savills on this project, which will be great opportunity to continue to strengthen our relationship.”

    For further information on our Projects team and how they can help you, please contact our Head of Projects Richard George on: rgeorge@jbs-ltd.co.uk.

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  • Jaguar Apprentice's create new workshop at Lloyd's of London

    Aug. 28, 2020

    Jaguar Apprentices, Alfie Webb and Charlie Gates have recently assisted in transforming the Lloyd’s building basement workshop. With the help of resident Electrician Roger Taylor and Logistics Manager Andrew Henderson, over the last few weeks the space has been cleared and refurbished by Strata Projects and will soon be ready as a fully operational workshop.

    We have also recently installed a Fire Alarm training panel to assist our Apprentices with obtaining their qualifications. This will enable them to practice the routine maintenance required to ensure that the Fire Alarm system is working correctly, and will also provide them with live system simulated exposure to faults that could potentially occur.

    Both Alfie and Charlie have made fantastic progress throughout their ...

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  • A successful planned Building Shutdown from Jaguar's Technical Team...

    Aug. 20, 2020

    Throughout the lockdown, alongside our on-site teams, Jaguar’s Technical Department have worked tirelessly to ensure that our customers buildings remain well maintained, functional and safe.

    From a technical viewpoint, it is evident that the M&E operation and maintenance tasks of practically unoccupied premises have proven to be equally as demanding as fully occupied ones.

    Last weekend, our Technical Team carried out yet another successful HV/LV planned Building Shutdown in the West End of London. The Transformers needed a thorough clean out of dust and debris and the HV cable boxes were also inspected and cleaned. All switchgear and protection units were correctly maintained, and functional checks of the ATS units were carried out. Our team ensured that the ...

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  • We're helping children with Future Frontiers...

    Aug. 6, 2020

    We are delighted to announce that over the last couple of months, we have been participating in an exciting new partnership with Future Frontiers.

    Future Frontiers are an award-winning education charity on a mission to ensure young people from low income families fulfil their potential at school and beyond. To do this, they match young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to a coach from an established business, who helps them discover and explore careers that inspire them and works with them to build a plan to get there.

    Future Frontiers have trained all of our coaches to deliver their structured and fully resourced programme and we currently have 15 Jaguar coaches across the organisation helping young people.

    Thank you to all ...

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  • 'InSite' Jaguar's in-house Quarterly Newsletter - Issue 7, July 2020

    July 31, 2020

    We are pleased to release issue 7 of ‘InSite,’ Jaguar's in-house quarterly newsletter.

    In this edition, we have a special feature on water treatment provided by our resident Water Treatment Consultant, Stuart Colvin on page 4. Stuart offers some great tips on understanding water treatment on our sites. We also meet the site team at The Heron, a high-end residential property in the heart of the city and get an insight into a day in the life of Kealey Langdon, our Non- Technical Site Manager at the Blue Fin Building.

    To download a copy, please click here.

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  • Jaguar secures Procession House at 55 Ludgate, EC4

    July 17, 2020

    We are pleased to announce that Jaguar will be providing mechanical, electrical and building fabric services at Procession House located at 55 Ludgate, EC4.

    Occupying a 0.7 acre island site at Ludgate Hill, the property provides 105,944 sq ft. of office, retail and accommodation space overlooking the Old Bailey and St Paul’s Cathedral. The building has recently undergone a major refurbishment to significantly improve its visitor’s arrival experience which was completed earlier this year.

    Andrew Ghagan, Account Manager at Jaguar said:

    “This appointment will be an exciting opportunity for Jaguar to partner with Savills during this unprecedented time. We look forward to working with the building management team as the property begins to reopen post lockdown.”

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  • Jaguar Projects secure Boiler Replacement at 16 St Martins Le Grand

    July 7, 2020

    Following a competitive tender process, Jaguar Projects were selected by Cushman & Wakefield to complete the Boiler Replacement project at 16 St Martins Le Grand, London.

    Richard George, Head of Jaguar Projects commented:

    “We would like to take this opportunity to thank Cushman & Wakefield for choosing us on this occasion, and look forward to working with them at 16 St Martins Le Grand.”

    The project duration will be approximately 18 weeks. Congratulations to the team on yet another well deserved win, we look forward to seeing the completed project!

    For further information on our Projects team and how they can help you, please contact our Head of Projects Richard George on:

    rgeorge@jbs-ltd.co.uk.

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  • Jaguar wins M&E contract at prestigious Belgrave House

    July 2, 2020

    We are delighted to announce that following a competitive tender process, Jaguar have been appointed the hard services contract at Belgrave House, SW1.

    The prestigious building located on Buckingham Palace Road provides 270,000 square feet of office space over six floors and has a unique open terrace and winter garden on the fifth floor.

    Luke Poole, Account Manager at Jaguar commented:

    “We are very pleased to be partnering with BNP Paribas at Belgrave House. This will be an exciting opportunity for Jaguar showcase our innovative approach to mobilisation and site setup, particularly during this challenging time. We look forward to providing BNP Paribas with an exceptional engineering services solution.”

    The contract will commence this month with a team of ...

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  • Celebrating Women in Engineering Day 2020

    June 23, 2020

    Jaguar are proud to celebrate and support Women in Engineering Day 2020. National Women in Engineering Day was launched for the first time in the UK on 23 June 2014 and was introduced to help recognise females working within the engineering industry.

    We actively encourage and promote gender diversity and equality throughout our organisation and have seen the number of women entering into the industry steadily rising over the years.

    Liza McGuigan, Associate Director at Jaguar commented:

    “I am proud to work for an organisation that actively seeks to promote and support all members of its workforce, both male and female. We are in an exciting time whereby females are pursuing the path of engineering more frequently, and we look ...

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