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Jaguar secures new business across the capital

Jaguar Building Services has secured a number of new contract wins across London.

The hard FM specialist has been awarded the M&E contract at a globally renowned tech company in Kings Cross, following a competitive tender process.

Sid Newbon, Business Unit Head, said of the win: “We are delighted to be working with this globally recognised technology company. Our Account Manager, Jamie Gray, will be working towards getting the right engineering team in place to provide a bespoke M&E solution. We look forward to collaborating with the management team and forming a long-lasting relationship.”

In addition, Jaguar’s Project Division has also secured several significant wins across London. A 24-week project consisting of a LV panel replacement, will commence at Stirling Square. At 1 Kingsway, a heat metering installation is planned to take 21 weeks. Finally at Victoria House, plans have begun to replace a Cooling Tower.

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