J Tomlinson appointed as a partner on £240m housing upkeep framework
October 31, 2019
The procurement arm of regional social housing consortium Efficiency North has appointed J Tomlinson to its framework.
EN:Procure has awarded contracts to 50 contractors over 17 lots on its new EN:Procure Installation and Repairs framework including J Tomlinson, which has been appointed to Lot 2 – kitchen and bathroom installation works more than £1m, and Lot 16 – whole house internal and external works more than £1m.
The new framework is predominantly for social housing in Yorkshire and Humber, but may extend to other public buildings, such as schools and offices, and other areas of the UK.
It has an anticipated pipeline of £240m over its four-year lifetime and will offer a leading-edge supply chain for Efficiency North’s social housing landlord members, who own and manage more than 80% of the social housing stock within the region.
J Tomlinson’s regeneration managing director Antony Newton said: “J Tomlinson has many existing partnerships across Yorkshire and Humberside which have built up over several years. As a company, we support social housing landlords and other clients across the north and the East and West Midlands, and we are very pleased to have been appointed to this framework by EN:Procure.”
About J Tomlinson
J Tomlinson’s head office is located in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, and the company has a number of partnership delivery offices across Yorkshire including one in Goole, one in Sheffield and – most recently – an office in Wakefield opened in 2018 as a result of a number of contract wins in the region.
J Tomlinson, which was founded in Nottingham the 1950s, works primarily across the Midlands, Yorkshire and Northern and Central England.
The company provides a range of sustainable building solutions including refurbishment, repairs and maintenance, engineering services, extra care construction, renewable energy, and facilities management, working across a range of key sectors including extra care, healthcare, blue light, social housing and local government.