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Jones FM win 20 Old Bailey M&E contract

20 February 2018

Jones FM has been appointed as Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance provider for 20 Old Bailey, a landmark workspace opposite the famous law courts in the heart of the capital.

A recent major refurbishment to reposition the 250,000-square foot building has included structural changes to the atrium, internal modernisation and the addition of two extra floors, creating opportunities for businesses seeking a state of the art base.

The contract adds to Jones FM’s portfolio of facilities management services for some of London’s most prestigious buildings, including Chiswick Park, St Katharine Docks and 125 Old Broad Street.

Senior partner Brad Jones said, ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for Jones FM, and we are really proud to be supporting London’s finest buildings to work effectively for the businesses that make the city thrive.’

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