Creating attractive spaces using innovative products, delivered in a high quality environment.
At Thomas Bow City Asphalt, we have decades of experience in commercial landscaping and public realms. As one of the most experienced providers of hard landscaping in the Midlands, we work with our clients to create quality landscapes that complement their environments. Our team start each project from the ground up; we begin by getting to know our client and their needs, to best assist them at the early stages of design via Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) to value engineer schemes, improving buildability and whole life costs.
From initial concept, all the way to completion Thomas Bow City Asphalt has delivered projects to an exceptionally high standard with unparalleled management and operational capabilities in both hard and soft landscaping.
Our in-house teams are experts in delivering the following hard landscaping areas:
- street furniture
Broadgate, Beeston Cycle & Pedestrian Improvements
Thomas Bow City Asphalt, acting as Principal Contractor, undertook the construction of the scheme, which was designed and managed by Nottinghamshire County Council for and on behalf of Broxtowe Borough Council…Read case study
Pyms Lane Car and Lorry Park Construction
Thomas Bow City Asphalt were delighted to secure their first contract with this prestige brand and demonstrate their capabilities in car and lorry park construction on this green field site…Read case study
Grantham Market Place Refurbishment
The works commenced in the heart of Grantham and encompassed the busy Market Place before extending through Conduit Street and continued throughout the entire length of Union Street to the junction of North Street…Read case study
External Environmental Improvement Works (EEM)
This four year contract has seen Thomas Bow City Asphalt take on environmental works close to their headquarters in Nottingham to develop existing properties managed by Nottingham City Homes and also supporting the development of new housing stock….Read case study