Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
A collaborative approach to data centre construction
JCA has a proven track record in delivering critical infrastructure solutions for a number of high profile data centre owners. Customers include organisations in the banking, IT and telecommunications sectors, as well as Government bodies and co-location data centres.
As a result of this experience, JCA’s customers are reassured that the challenging demands of data centre construction will be met with industry leading knowledge and engineering expertise. The Hertfordshire based business has forged a reputation for excellence in its marketplace, having been awarded a range of complex, large-scale engineering projects, involving the design, planning, build, procurement, installation and maintenance of critical business infrastructure. Scalable solutions are adopted at the design stage to provide seamless upgrade potential without the need for downtime or unnecessary business risk. JCA also understands the importance of environmentally conscious design, integrating the latest technology and processes, which help clients to reduce energy consumption without compromising performance.
JCA has become a market leader in building engineering for data and other critical infrastructure, by applying a robust methodology to its meticulous planning, design, build and maintenance of highly complex projects.
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