Thomas Bow City Asphalt are pleased to continue their work at Birmingham Airport, having recently completed the remodelling of the long stay Car Park, with the latest project on the A45 Corridor. The busy site, at the junction of A45 and Damson Parkway is adjacent to the main goods entrance to the Airport and just round the corner from the Jaguar Land Rover facility at Solihull. Being such an important junction to these key facilities demands precise traffic management and a carefully executed programme to minimised disruption.
The project, associated with the runway extensions to Birmingham Airport, involves the resurfacing of the junction, creation of a shared cycleway and footpath, along with a new Toucan crossing over the busy dual carriageway.
The project, led by Contracts Manager Brian White sees six weeks of civil engineering work followed by two and a half weeks of surfacing with day and night works.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt were delighted to continue their work across the region with their latest project with Leicester City Council. The scheme involved carriageway improvements at a variety of sites across the city including Coleman Road, Mansfield Street, and further carriageway works at Saffron Lane and the Welford / Victoria Park Road junction.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt, a surfacing contractor with a long established relationship with Dynapac, has purchased a new SD2500WS paver. The paver will be used for surfacing works around the Midlands. This is the fifth Dynapac paver the group has purchased, however it’s the first since Dynapac has been taken under the Atlas Copco brand last year.
One of Derby’s busiest roads is to be closed for 25 weeks for drainage and resurfacing works – and residents are delighted.
They say that the state of Chaddesden Lane is “horrendous” and they are prepared to be patient.
The repair work will take place on Chaddesden Lane, between Maine Drive and Nottingham Road, starting from Monday, February 24….
This is an excerpt from the Derby Telegraph (all credit to the Derby Telegraph and Kelly Tyler).
For the full article and more please pick up the Derby Telegraph or visit The Derby Telegraph’s website here: Chaddesden braces itself for 25 weeks of repairs to ‘horrendous’ road surface.
For the full article and more please pick up the evening post or check out the article on The Nottingham Post’s website here: Histroic firm laying down the road to a bright future.
A Nottingham-based civil engineering and surfacing company is set to make a strong start to 2014 after winning a series of high-profile contracts during the last twelve months. Continue reading
A Nottingham road resurfacing company is the latest firm to receive a major boost from the city’s tram expansion project.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt has secured the £5million contract from NET Phase Two construction contractors, Taylor Woodrow Alstom as work on the project intensifies.
TBCA are the preferred contractors for a £125m framework spanning Nottingham, Derby, and possibly many MHA members.
We are incredibly proud to announce that Thomas Bow City Asphalt have not only won a placement on the Nottingham and Derby City Councils’ Joint Highway Framework, but are the preferred contractors for surfacing and major highway works for this £125m framework.
£25m of the framework has the potential to allow us to work with many other members of the Midland Highway Alliance which includes authorities such as Staffordshire, Rutland, and Milton Keynes councils.
Alistair Bow, Managing Director of Thomas Bow commented: “It is great to retain work for Nottingham City Council and we are also glad to bring our experience over to Derby City Council after working for Derbyshire County Council for so many years.”
Thomas Bow has already begun work on a £16.2m upgrade to the A6514 Ring Road aiming to reduce congestion and improve reliability. This represents a massive contribution from the Department for Transport and the council themselves. This major improvement scheme is something we are excited to be part of as a local contractor.
The joint framework is scheduled to run from 2013-2017.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt achieves an Achilles Link-up accreditation.
The Achilles Link-up scheme is renowned as a high standard applied to suppliers who wish to work within or alongside the UK rail industry.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt has impressed again; they have become one of the major resurfacing contractors for Lincolnshire County Council’s Highway Works Framework – a four-year contract with an approximate value of £60million.
Thomas Bow City Asphalt has a defining presence in Derbyshire which is only going to get stronger. We are proud to announce that we have been awarded Derbyshire County Council’s Surfacing Framework and will be working in the area for another four years with the possibility of an extension.