Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International

Service & Maintenance

 

Summary

Client: Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International
Location: London
Sector: Financial
Project: Service & Maintenance

 


 

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Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International

Project Overview

Ropemaker Place is one of the City of London’s most attractive yet sustainable buildings and was the first building in the City to achieve LEED platinum precertification for sustainability. It also has a BREEM sustainability rating of ‘excellent’. It is designed to be 33% more energy efficient than current standards and to use 50% less mains water than the norm. The building size is 98,000f2.

 

JCA Service & Maintenance:

JCA began the service and maintenance contract in 2010 and deliver planned preventative and reactive maintenance for the mechanical and electrical systems.

JCA are responsible for a number of assets in the building including the power and cooling to SER rooms, lighting management systems, mechanical air conditioning systems, public health services, electrical systems, fire systems, BMS systems, UPS systems, water treatment testing and procedures and fabric handyman services.

JCA support this site with a resident engineer based onsite at MUSI, along with a comprehensive management and administration support team, who ensure that all works are completed to the satisfaction of the client.

 

Sally Ford, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International

“JCA have been our M&E service provider since May 2010. We have an onsite engineer who is supported by mobile mechanical and electrical engineers and various layers of management. Their knowledge base is varied and extensive which gives us comfort that when an issue occurs our business is in safe hands. JCA have also helped us with several restack projects over the last couple of years that have been completed on time and on budget. Over the years we have built a good relationship with JCA and as our business has grown, JCA have been versatile enough to give us the support we required.”