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 to us.
This new certification, along with our existing ISO standards, mean that our customers can have absolute confidence in us to run their buildings whilst maintaining the very highest of health and safety standards.”
A huge congratulations goes to our Health and Safety team on successfully gaining the certificate during such challenging times.
We are pleased to announce that Jaguar will be providing mechanical, electrical and 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 (9,842m2) of office, retail and accommodation space and overlooks 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.”
Following a competitive tender process, Jaguar Building Services 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 delighted to be partnering with BNP Paribas at Belgrave House. This will be an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our innovative approach to mobilisation and site setup, particularly during this challenging time. We look forward to providing BNP Paribas with an exceptional service.”
The contract will commence this month with a team of four site-based engineers.
Picture: Belgrave House (c) Peter Cook/VIEW.
Following a competitive tender process, Jaguar Building Services have been awarded the hard services contract at the Television Centre in White City.
Starting this month, Jaguar will be responsible for the electrical, mechanical and fabric services for the portfolio, including the estates signature Courtyard Grade II listed apartments and the Television Centre itself, covering over 1.4 million sq. ft.
Mobilisation has already begun on the estate, with our Technical Services and Health & Safety Teams undertaking assessments to improve service performance, whilst looking at ways to reduce running costs moving forward.
Roger Starling, Business Unit Head at Jaguar commented:
“We are delighted to be given this exciting opportunity by Savills to showcase our diverse expertise in engineering and technical services. We are looking forward to delivering a best-in-class service that will enhance our customers experience, and welcome new team members into our organisation.”
Picture: Television Centre in White City.
Further to a recent tender process, we are pleased to announce that Jaguar Building Services has been awarded a three-year M&E contract at 50 Bank Street.
The 216,000 sq. ft. building is located within the heart of Canary Wharf and overlooks Jubilee Place. This is a significant contract win which will enable us to further strengthen our successful working relationship with MAPP.
Morgan Todd, Assistant BD Manager commented:
“This site has a complex electrical infrastructure and is therefore a perfect opportunity for us to showcase some of our extremely talented people who have extensive experience, providing our service within high-profile business critical office environments.”
The contract commencing in April 2020 will be led by Account Manager Graham McSorley and a team of six site-based staff.
Picture: 50 Bank Street.
Jaguar are pleased to announce that following a competitive re-tender process, they have been awarded a new three-year M&E contract at Kings Place.
The 339,000 sq. ft. building is a mixed-use development combining a seminal office building with a waterfront restaurant and music & arts facilities. The contract was first awarded to Jaguar in 2008 when the building first opened.
Account Manager Graham McSorley commented:
“As the incumbent M&E service provider since 2008 we are very proud to have secured Kings Place for the twelfth consecutive year. This is a huge achievement which demonstrates our ability to adapt and evolve in line with our customers’ expectations. We wish to thank the Savills Building Management team for their professionalism and continued trust in Jaguar.”
Jaguar look forward to the next term, implementing their proactive program of continuous improvements, ensuring the experience of visitors and customers at Kings Place is always a positive one.
Picture: Kings Place.
Jaguar Building Services are delighted to have secured a 12-month contract to deliver hard services at One Embassy Gardens, SW1.
The building is part of a wider development at Nine Elms, The Embassy Gardens Estate which spans 15 acres located on London’s South Bank.
One Embassy Gardens is the flagship building within the portfolio made up of both office and retail space covering 215,000 square feet.
Jaguar will be providing ongoing mechanical, electrical and building fabric requirements to the building.
Robbie Kitson, Associate Director at Jaguar commented: “We are very excited at the opportunity to be part of the development at One Embassy Gardens. Our team will be onsite from day one to provide effective contemporary engineering solutions for our customer, and we look forward to being part of the regeneration of London’s South Bank.”
To follow updates on this exciting development, visit https://www.oneembassygardens.com/.
Picture: One Embassy Gardens.
Following a recent retender process, Jaguar Building Services have been appointed to a further three year contract term at 88 Wood Street.
Jaguar will be continuing to provide the M&E building maintenance for the 18-storey structure which has been a part of Jaguar’s portfolio since 2009. The new contract will commence on 1st September 2019.
Tom Divine, Senior Building Manager said: “Jaguar’s hard work and technical expertise is very much appreciated at 88 Wood Street. I look forward to continuing to work with the Jaguar team over the next three year term.”
Peter Brooks, Jaguar's Business Development Manager said: “We are delighted to have been appointed by Knight Frank once again. Having worked on the site for ten years, we have a long, established history with the building and the specific maintenance programme required. I can't thank our on-site team enough as they have delivered an excellent service to date - and the building management team who have chosen Jaguar as a trusted service provider.”
Picture: 88 Wood Street.
Jaguar Building Services have been appointed to provide M&E maintenance services at the Blue Fin Building located on Southwark Street, in London.
The landmark site covers approximately 498,907sq.ft and is primarily used as office space. The property is managed by Savills.
Just a short walk from the Millennium Bridge, the Blue Fin gets its name from the unique 2,000 blue aluminium fins that cover its facade.
The resident engineering team is made up of 11 employees, dedicated to providing the mechanical, electrical and fabric maintenance services required within the building.
Operations Director, Steve Jackaman said: “This is yet another significant contract for Jaguar, providing us with an exciting opportunity to demonstrate our proactive, innovative approach to building services maintenance. We look forward to continuing to work with Savills as a preferred service provider.”
Picture: The Blue Fin gets its name from the unique 2,000 blue aluminium fins that cover its facade.
Jaguar Building Services will be providing mechanical & electrical maintenance services at Here East - the huge complex located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The site has an iconic past as the host of the Broadcast and Press Centres at London’s 2012 Olympic games. The unique campus, covering 1.2 million square feet, is now made up of three buildings offering retail, office and event spaces.
Jaguar’s Operations Director, Steve Jackaman commented: “This is an exciting and significant opportunity for Jaguar Building Services. This large-scale dynamic estate will showcase the breadth of expertise our organisation has to offer and will further establish Jaguar as leaders within the central London market.
"We look forward to continuing to work alongside Savills and the engineering team at Here East in the year ahead.”
Picture by Jason Hawkes: An aerial view of Here East - the huge office space complex located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Jaguar Building Services has been awarded a new two-year agreement to provide mechanical, electrical and building fabric maintenance services at One Bishops Square.
Located in the heart of Spitalfields, this 825,000sq.ft property is home to an international law firm and houses over 2,500 members of staff. The building includes an international business centre, three atriums and a variety of fitness facilities.
Headed by Sally Burton, Jaguar will conduct a comprehensive mobilisation of the contract and the company's Technical Services Team, led by Tony Jackaman, will perform a complete engineering operational review and a CIBSE TM22 Energy Assessment.
Managing Director, Paul Roberts said: “What an exciting start to 2019! One Bishops Square presents us with a wonderful opportunity to further strengthen our reputation as leaders within the Central London building services maintenance market.”
The agreement will commence 1st February 2019, and will be led by a team in excess of 25 dedicated engineers.
Picture: One Bishops Square.
Jaguar Building Services also recently secured a three year critical hard services contract at the iconic 1986 Lloyd’s of London building.
Lloyd's is the world's leading insurance market providing specialist insurance services to businesses in over 200 countries.
Jaguar will be responsible for the Lloyd’s building in One Lime Street and a further two associated properties across Lloyd’s London and South-East portfolio.
Steve Jackaman, Operations Director at Jaguar said: “Jaguar are excited to be working with Lloyd’s who share our passion for quality and customer service. We look forward to working with the Lloyds team to deliver a best in class hard services solution.”
Picture: The iconic 1986 Lloyd’s of London building.