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.
Full M&E and Energy Efficiency Services - Herringthorpe Infant School, Rotherham
Leicester City Council originally planned a new primary school for 450 pupils to replace the existing Taylor Primary School; however, the capacity of the new building was expanded to 700 after the Government organisation Sure Start estimated there would be more than 1,000 primary school children living in the catchment area by 2010
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.
Acocks Green Primary School is located in Birmingham and has Academy status. The School’s heating system included a BMS control solution which allowed the City Council to dial in via a modem and telephone line.
Vision West Nottinghamshire College is a further and higher education college offering education and training to over 20,000 students and businesses every year.
The Parker E-ACT Academy is a co-educational non-denominational Academy based in Daventry, Northamptonshire. The Academy admits students aged between 11 and 18.
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 Academy and 6th Form College in Nottingham, J Tomlinson was appointed as the main contractor to increase the size of the facility on offer at the Sixth Form College.
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.
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