JPS Building Solutions & K10


For the past 24 months, K10 have developed a strong relationship with JPS Building Solutions on projects in the city of London. During this time, we have placed 5 electrical apprentices and in addition to this, JPS have also allowed 2 work experience candidates to take part in the works on site.

Tommy Borg, our electrical apprentice that’s worked for JPS since April 2019, has really enjoyed his time on site with them – “JPS are a great company that are very understanding when it comes to apprentices. They take into consideration that we may not know everything and they take the time to help, but they always ensure our work is done to a high standard. I am happy to work with such a great group, I’m very thankful! ”


Another K10 apprentice, Harry Knox, is the most recent addition to JPS team, he started in September 2019 and has really settled really well – “Yeah I love working for JPS the team here, they’re a group of good lads who are super helpful”


Jon Cooper, JPS Director, had this to say about their relationship with K10:

“Helping apprentices in the Electrical industry & bringing young adults into the Construction sector is so important for the future success of businesses today. To find a company as highly professional as K-10 to help us deliver this together is fantastic & a rewarding experience for all.

Working and communicating with Jack has really helped during the project process, as he is a enthusiastic individual who ensures the best for the apprentices and clients.

We hope to keep this partnership flourishing and build up our profile of apprentices we work with at K-10.”

JPS have shown a constant willingness to give K10 apprentices an opportunity to learn and have always supported our guys on site. Here at K10 we’re looking forward to continuing our work with them for years to come. 

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