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Healthcare wins for Nottingham contractor

3 Aug 12 Nottingham-based construction company J Tomlinson has booked work on four healthcare projects that are together worth close to £10m.

A CGI of the intensive support services unit in Sheffield
A CGI of the intensive support services unit in Sheffield

J Tomlinson has been appointed contractor on a new £1.5m extension and refurbishment of the catheter laboratory and X-ray department at Lincoln County Hospital by United Lincoln Hospitals NHS Trust.

The company is also building a new £2.4m intensive support services unit in Sheffield for Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Trust. The development is being built to the BREEAM environmental assessment very good rating, including energy efficient renewables and ground source heat pumps.

In addition, J Tomlinson is involved with the design and construction of the new £2.7m BREEAM very good-rated medical centre in Arnold, Nottingham for MedicX, a repeat client.

The contractor is also providing the design and installation of mechanical and electrical services at the £3m Marie Curie Cancer Care Hospice in Solihull.

Managing director Pat Cassidy said: “Our extensive experience in the health sector has paid dividends to both the company and our clients during the extended pre-contract period; in terms of value engineering. We are delighted to have been successful in securing these four contracts.”

Mr Cassidy added that he thought that J Tomlinson’s performance in the Considerate Constructors scheme was helping the company to win business.

Above: J Tomlinson site manager Jason Madeley and managing director Pat Cassidy at the intensive support services unit site in Sheffield

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