Beeston-based J Tomlinson is celebrating its third year of success at the annual Building Communities Awards after scooping three accolades, including the coveted Contractor of the Year award.
The title was awarded to J Tomlinson following the contributions made by the company to its clients, local communities and the industry itself – specifically in the areas of employment and training, health and safety, and client-focused solutions.
The maintenance, refurbishment and construction services partner also took home the Community Impact title, while apprentice resident liaison officer, Dannielle Baguley, was crowned Apprentice of the Year during the ceremony, which took place at the Athena in Leicester.
In addition, J Tomlinson and client Nottingham City Homes were jointly announced as runner-up of the Collaborative Working award in recognition of the ongoing planned maintenance partnership between the two organisations.
The awards, which are organised and hosted by procurement consortium, Efficiency East Midlands (EEM), saw over 400 professionals across the building and housing industry gather to recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements made by companies, teams and individuals alike.
Mark Davis, chief executive at J Tomlinson, said: “We are delighted with our accolades, and are thankful to our people, our customers and our stakeholders.
“It is through embracing our company one-team ethos that we are able to achieve such excellent results.
“Well done and thank you to all stakeholders who contributed to this huge success.
“Thank you to EEM for giving us the opportunity to enter the awards and for hosting what was yet another brilliant ceremony.
“We would also like to extend our utmost congratulations to all winners and finalists from the evening.
“It was extremely satisfying to see companies of all sizes and specialities being recognised for their contributions to housing in the East Midlands.”