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  • Jaguar Building Services achieve ISO 45001

    Nov. 17, 2020

    In recognition of our commitment to providing exceptional standards of health and safety, Jaguar have been awarded the ISO 45001 certification.

    The prestigious international health and safety award has been given despite tough lockdown restrictions and ever-changing health and safety regulations.

    Louise Davies, Health and Safety Manager commented:

    “Achieving ISO 45001 proves our dedication and commitment to continuous improvements in health and safety across our organisation. We have continued to maintain a resilient performance in the face of uncertainties caused by the pandemic.”

    Steve Jackaman, Operations Director said:

    “This is a great achievement for Jaguar and yet another milestone for our H&S team. The safety of our staff, the sites we work on, and our customers is of paramount importance ...

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  • We are proud to be a Living Wage Employer!

    Nov. 10, 2020

    The Living Wage foundation is the only UK wage rate that is voluntarily paid by nearly 6,000 UK businesses who believe their staff deserve a fair day's pay for a hard day's work.

    At Jaguar, we pay the real Living Wage which is higher than the government minimum - we also make sure all employees in London receive the London Living Wage.

    Paul Roberts, Managing Director said:

    “As a service provider we rely on our staff to deliver every day. Our business is about committed people without whom we would not exist. Recognising the London Living wage allows us to demonstrate our commitment to them.”

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  • 'InSite' Jaguar's in-house Quarterly Newsletter - Issue 8, October 2020

    Oct. 30, 2020

    We are pleased to release October’s publication of InSite, which will be our final edition until January 2021.

    Despite the unprecedented events this year, we have still managed to find out about how other sites and teams operate. So a huge thanks goes to all of our Jaguar colleagues for participating in the newsletter throughout 2020.

    In this issue, we meet Denis McCormick, Fabric Technician at Nova, and get to know the team at The Landmark. Our winners and runners up of ‘Employee of the Quarter’ are also announced, well done to Rachel Thomas, John Russell, Alfie Squires and the team at 150 Cheapside who all received winning nominations for their hard work over the last quarter.

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  • Excellent audit scores for the team at 150 Cheapside

    Oct. 22, 2020

    We have had some excellent examples of 'going the extra mile' over the last three months, so thank you to our colleagues for your exceptional work during this challenging time.

    Alongside three other worthy winners of our ‘Employee of the Quarter’ scheme, the team at 150 Cheapside were nominated for consistent outstanding audit scores.

    Following an audit by an external consultant that covered the first 6 months of 2020, the 150 Cheapside site team earned a score of 96%. This audit included the lockdown period, during which the building remained open to tenants, with the team adjusting their working methods to ensure that statutory compliance and all services throughout the building were maintained while ensuring building and Government COVID-19 restrictions ...

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  • World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020

    Oct. 9, 2020

    Tomorrow, Saturday 10th October is World Mental Health Day.

    At Jaguar, we have implemented a variety of both internal and external support networks to ensure that our employees feel supported at work. We have also introduced a portal accessible to all Jaguar members, which offers advice on how to improve overall wellbeing, handy apps & websites, tips on getting a restful nights sleep and much more.

    Our Perkbox platform offers a bespoke Employee Assistance Programme, which is available to all members and offers professional guidance from a counsellor or advisor for a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, debt, bereavement, relationships and work.

    We are proud to have these services available to our colleagues, and strive to help continue to ...

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  • Kealey Langdon, Site Manager does some great work at the Blue Fin Building

    Oct. 2, 2020

    Kealey Langdon, Non Technical Site Manager at the Blue Fin Building recently won Jaguar’s ‘Employee of the Quarter ’award for her management of the water treatment onsite. Our customer commented: “We have achieved a result at a cost far lower than we were being quoted by other consultants.” As a result of Kealey’s efforts, the buildings water quality is in excellent condition.

    Kealey and the team do a fantastic job at The Blue Fin Building, ensuring that throughout COVID-19 the building was well managed and supported. To read about some of our other winners, click here.

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  • Jaguar celebrate RoSPA Gold Award

    Sept. 18, 2020

    G O L D!

    We are so proud to have achieved the RoSPA Gold Award this year. The Health & Safety Awards ceremony was held virtually due to COVID-19, so our Health and Safety team have had their own mini (socially distanced) celebration at Jaguar's Head Office!

    Congratulations again to our Health and Safety department: Louise Davies, Health & Safety Manager; Lauren Jackaman, Health & Safety Administrator and Jason Parker, Health & Safety Advisor.

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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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