The Lower Coxmoor external wall insulation project was delivered to 36 hard-to-heat bungalows in Nottinghamshire. The scheme saw J Tomlinson and Asdhfield District Council work together to help reducing tenants’ heating bills and minimise carbon emissions.
Queens Hospital required a complete refurbishment of its Orthopaedics and A&E wards, as well as some additional offices outside of the ward. J Tomlinson’s previous experience of successfully delivering a wide range of refurbishment projects to the healthcare sector meant that the company was selected to undertake the required works on behalf of Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Since its creation in 1976, Haddon Primary School had been confined to one level, with the classrooms separated by curtains resulting in an open-plan design which was noisy and not conducive to learning.
To enhance the learning experience for students, J Tomlinson was appointed to deliver a refurbishment scheme that would include permanent classrooms and a new sports hall.
King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton in Ashfield serves the population of the Mansfield Urban Area.
J Tomlinson was engaged by Skanska to undertake the full, energy efficient M&E Services for the 7-storey Tower 3 and 2-storey Women’s and Children’s Services.
J Tomlinson was appointed to undertake over £4m of refurbishment work across two University of Warwick accommodation blocks. It was critical to the university that works were completed in adherence to a 10-week fast-track programme in time for the new term.
In 2017, J Tomlinson was appointed by the AC Lloyd to construct a new 17,500 sq. ft. steel-framed and metal clad warehouse and showroom facility, which had been pre-let to builders' merchants, MKM.
In 2015, J Tomlinson was appointed to carry out more than £30m worth of improvements to Ashfield District Council's housing stock – the company’s largest ever single contract. The work includes replacing kitchens, bathrooms, central heating systems, electrical installations, roof coverings, windows and external doors. It also includes scope to undertake other improvement works to benefit tenants’ homes and their surroundings, including carbon and environmental efficiency saving measures.
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.
In line with their commitment to tacking fuel poverty for residents, Bromford was looking for a suitable, more sustainable heating solution for a range of off-gas bungalows and terraced homes across two of their sites in Shropshire.
Utilising J Tomlinson’s past experience of installing heating systems to off-gas network properties, a communal Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) scheme was deemed to be the most sustainable, cost-efficient option.