After acquiring the Steel Park Trading Estate in Wednesfield, Goold Estates wanted to develop approximately 70,000 sq. ft of high quality industrial/warehouse units on the land, which would then be commercially sold on or let. Following a comprehensive tender process, J Tomlinson was selected as the main contractor on the project.
In 2014, J Tomlinson was selected as Derwent Living's contracting partner. This long-term partnering contract covers cyclical property improvements across Derwent Living’s housing stock spread across West Midlands, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire; covering a range of property types, including non-traditional, listed, medium-rise and high-rise dwellings.
J Tomlinson work closely with Bolsover District Council to provide a complete facilities management service covering planned, reactive and project works tailored to their operational requirements.
Following its significant growth, marketing solutions provider, Linney, required the development of a new design studio, comprising large open plan offices and access to a roof terrace on the first floor, with meeting, presentation, studio, and editing facilities on the ground floor with feature staircase. The project also included new car parking, landscaping and an integrated café facility.
With more than 60 years’ experience of working in the heritage sector, J Tomlinson was selected to support the museum's redevelopment project and deliver a range of improvements to the visitor experience - helping the attraction to launch the latest chapter in its history.
J Tomlinson was appointed to undertake the design and build of Dunelm’s new 23,000 sq. ft. Nottingham branch, along with additional landscaping works, including a large public car park and external lighting.
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 European Space Centre required the installation of a state-of-the-art heating and cooling system across its new, five-storey research centre in Oxfordshire.