JSM Shortlisted for IEMA Sustainability Impact Award 2020  

July 7th, 2020

JSM’s efforts towards becoming a more sustainable business has been recognised by the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA). in shortlisting us for our innovations with NICE (Non-Intrusive Cable Extraction and NITE (Non-Intrusive Tank Extraction).
NICE is an innovative method for removing underground decommissioned fluid filled cables without the need for traditional open cut trenching for the entire length of the cable thus mitigating any environmental risk of leaving the cables buried. 
NITE was also developed by JSM to provide both tools and methodology for removing buried decommissioned oil tanks. The JSM method enables all the excavation and removal works to be carried out from ground level mitigating the need for large, deep excavations and temporary works which, in turn means a safer excavation. Once the top of the tank has been exposed and oil feeder pipes removed then everything is undertaken from above ground.
Both innovations took years in the making and are offered as an option on our projects with major clients.
JSM is delighted to be shortlisted by the IEMA for these innovations and the increased interest expressed by our clients to use NICE and NITE on their projects.

How JSM helps with Social Distancing at local school in St Albans  

June 19th, 2020

JSM donated 100 metres of road barriers to assist the school managing social distancing in the playground.
The school said: ” Just wanted to say a big thank you for supporting us by providing us with some barriers to safely zone our playground for ‘bubbles’ of children to play. It has made such a difference. The children loved their new zones and being able to see other groups out playing at the same time.
We really appreciate your kindness.”

JSM’s support to the NHS in the fight against Coronavirus  

May 22nd, 2020

JSM has contributed to the fight against Coronavirus by donating 500 visors to the NHS staff at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Our action has been praised by Mr David Probert, Chief Executive, Moorfields Eye Hospital.

JSM awarded Lloyd’s GIRS accreditation  

May 15th, 2020

JSM is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) Partial Accreditation through Lloyds Register. This certification is for the verification of our GIRS safety and operational documentation for CCCR (Construction, Commissioning, Connections – Routine). JSM is now working to attain Full Accreditation which would enable us to carry out the installation, commissioning and connections on gas systems up to 7bar on behalf of any Gas Transporters in the UK.

JSM wins RoSPA Gold Award for a 5th year in a row  

April 2nd, 2020

JSM is pleased to announce that for the 5th year in a row we have been awarded The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award 2020. This award is in recognition of the work that we do to ensure our staff, clients, contractors, and members of the public go home safely to their families at the end of every day.

Organisations receiving this award are recognised as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. Every year, nearly 2,000 entrants vie to achieve the highest possible accolade in what is the UK’s longest running H&S industry awards.

What JSM is doing during the Coronavirus Pandemic  

April 2nd, 2020

JSM is committed to ensuring that its staff, contractors, visitors and members of the public are kept safe at all times, particularly during the Coronavirus pandemic. Our teams and staff have been provided with masks, gloves and hand sanitizers, which are now an essential part of their PPE. Visitors, contractors and the public must follow the government’s guidelines during this outbreak, i.e. keeping social distancing whenever they liaise with our staff.

JSM provides an essential service in ensuring that telecommunications, internet and data services and connectivity to national and international customers in sectors which include public services, energy and healthcare are kept running at all times.

Our works which cover civil engineering, cable installation, maintenance and emergency works have the backing of: Her Majesty’s Government, the Department of Transport, Local Authorities, Highways England and Highways Authorities and Utilities Committee (HAUC).  

Whilst undertaking our works, we do everything reasonably practicable to ensure minimum disruption and we work closely with Local Authorities and carry out our works as per their guidelines.

JSM Newsletter – January 2020  

January 9th, 2020


Happy New Year!

The new issue of the JSM Newsletter is here.

Read about what JSM has been up to over the past year.

The newsletter provides an insight into JSM. It is also used to share stories and give praise to the incredible JSM staff for the amazing work they carry out on a daily basis.


Read the new issue here: JSM Newsletter – January 2020

JSM passes BSI audits  

November 3rd, 2019

JSM has passed their BSI audits with no non-conformances for the following accreditations; ISO 9001 (Quality), 14001 (Environment), 27001 (Information Security) and 45001 (Health and Safety). Over the course of eight days, JSM were audited by a selection of BSI auditors who visited the Potters Bar Head Office and the London Operational Depot in Barking.

Mick Barrett, SHEQ and HR Director, said “I would personally like to thank all those involved and who have worked so hard to ensure that we remain complaint for all three standards, along with those individuals who interacted with the auditors during the course of the audit process. Well done everyone and thank you.”

JSM’s collects food for Trussell Trust  

September 9th, 2019

With the number of individuals using foodbanks increasing, this summer JSM decided to host a food collection in honour of The Trussell Trust. JSM staff generously donated non-perishable food items and toiletries to this great charity via deposit boxes located around the various office sites.

The Trussell Trust runs a network of foodbanks throughout the UK and provides emergency food supplies and support to people in crisis. All donated items the charity receive are placed into ‘food parcels’ that contain enough food for at least 3 days of healthy balanced meals for adults and/or children.

JSM’s donations were presented to the Trussell Trust branches in Potters Bar and Barking, the districts where JSM’s offices are situated in.