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.
In 2017, J Tomlinson was appointed on a five-year elemental heating and bathroom replacement framework with Housing & Care 21, which is due to expire in 2022. The framework covers both East and West Midlands, and has so far seen J Tomlinson working across schemes in Loughborough, Worcestershire and Nottinghamshire.
Since 2016, J Tomlinson has been employed by Nottingham City Homes to undertake major maintenance works as part of an ongoing Planned Maintenance programme. The scope of works is immensely varied and includes major structural projects, roofing, underpinning, and more.
Since 2015, J Tomlinson has undertaken kitchen, bathroom installations, rewires and associated pre-survey works as the primary contractor working on behalf of Midland Heart. Working across the West Midlands, our team operates in Dudley, Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton
In 2018, The Riverside Group appointed J Tomlinson to undertake kitchen and bathroom replacements/conversions across over 200 properties across Leicester, Stoke, Kettering and Kirkby-in-Ashfield.
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.