J Tomlinson is an experienced provider within education. We work closely with Nurseries, Primary and Secondary Schools, Academies, Free Schools, Colleges, Universities, Local Authorities and Diocese to provide and maintain educational environments that positively impact and influence future learning.
Our project teams ensure any work undertaken is tightly scheduled with the safety, security and welfare of students, teachers, staff and the public at the core of our delivery. Often works are completed in live working environments where our robust management procedures ensure works delivery with minimal disruption to your continuing operations.
We can provide a complete estate solution from new buildings, refurbishing existing, upgrading M&E services and ongoing facilities management. As a one stop shop clients benefit from efficiency savings which is increasingly important given budgetary constraints and increased demand for student places across the sector.
We have extensive experience of developing and delivering sustainable solutions that support your environmental strategies. By focussing on the whole life cost of your buildings and assets we can help you effectively manage budgets whilst delivering exceptional facilities for your students.
Whether building a new sports hall, refurbishing existing classrooms, designing and installing new M&E services in student accommodation or providing Mechanical, Electrical & Building planned and reactive maintenance for your facilities we always focus on the needs of you and your students.
We have a good understanding of a range of funding requirements having worked on many externally funded projects. This includes meeting requirements for the EFA, HEFCE, ERDF, LEP, HLF and Sport England.
J Tomlinson is proud to be delivering learning environments that inspire excellence.
The University of Nottingham aims to provide the best learning experience for students in the UK. With this in mind, the University undertook an overall investment of £10million to create a new Engineering and Science Teaching and Learning Centre in response to the high demand for student study space and to enhance its student experience.
Following a competitive tender process J Tomlinson was appointed as main contractor to work on the final phase of improvement works throughout Vision West Nottinghamshire College, including the six storey tower, the bridge to the six storey tower, the Enviro Block, the three storey tower, the Trades Building, the Learning Resource Centre, the Sherwood Building and the ‘Number 19’ building.
Barnsley College were successful in securing funding from the Skills Funding Agency’s (SFA) College Capital Investment Fund (CCIF) to enable £4million of upgrades to its award-winning sport and public services facilities.
Following a prolonged growth in student numbers and attainment at the Bluecoat Aspley Academy, J Tomlinson was appointed as the main contractor to increase the size of the school's sixth form facility.
Long-established as a very popular and successful primary school, Starbank School in Birmingham had been identified as an ideal candidate to become an all-through school, meeting local demand for places. The school proposed to construct a new two and three storey building on an existing site as accommodation for the additional pupils.
J Tomlinson were successful in securing the design and installation of the Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) services including renewable technologies, for a new school building at the privately funded, King’s School in Worcester.
Keele University - officially known as the University of Keele - is a public research university located in Staffordshire, England. J Tomlinson was successfully appointed to undertake the total refurbishment of a research laboratory located on the first storey of the Lennard-Jones building, which had to be complete in time for the new academic year.
J Tomlinson was appointed by main contractor, Bowmer & Kirkland, to undertake full M&E works within the newly-built Sevenoaks Primary School. The client required the project to be completed in time for the new school year in September 2017.
The University of Nottingham identified a pressing need for the redevelopment of its Portland Building, with a particular focus on improving the building’s flexibility, functionality, and comfort.
The project was split into four phases, with J Tomlinson being appointed to undertake phases two and three of the project, as well as landscaping.
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