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"Fly" Fishing Thanks To TJL Van!

Once again the team at Select Flyfishers have thanked Thomas Johnstone Ltd and Kenny Buchan for the use of his van during their trip to Rutland Water earlier this year. As a team they carry a lot of gear (as seen below!) and so the use of the van is very much appreciated.

For the first time these "fly" fishermen managed to beat some of the top Scottish teams to qualify for the Anglian Water Invitational Final at Grafham Water on 21st September. Good luck for the final Select Flyfishers! 

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New Bio Filter Installed At Enva Blantyre

TJL Small Works Division have successfully completed the builderswork details for the new Bio Filter installed by Gicom at Enva Blantyre.

Over 300m3 of concrete poured during various stages. Great project and we enjoyed working with all the team involved.

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The Ink Building Features In Scottish Construction Now

"We are also very happy to have appointed Thomas Johnstone to undertake the refurbishment works.”

One of our exciting projects - The Ink Building in Glasgow City Centre - has been featured in Scottish Construction Now.  Once the refurbishment works are complete this building will offer 35,000 sq. ft. of contemporary office accommodation.

A great website has been created - www.theinkbuilding.com - where you can see visuals of the planned finishes and find out more about the development.

We are delighted to be working with client Ambassador Group and the project team including Stallan-Brand, PMP, Butler Consulting Engineers and Blyth & Blyth Consulting Engineers Ltd.

Read the article here: https://www.scottishconstructionnow.com/article/refurbishment-begins-on-glasgow-s-ink-building

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Small Works Division Complete Another Contini Refurbishment

Our Small Works division's ongoing relationship with Contini continued with refurbishment works at The Scottish Café & Restaurant, which is now re-open and has a fresh new look which our client is delighted with.

We wish our lovely clients Victor & Corina Contini continued success with The Scottish Café, Contini George Street and Contini Cannonball.

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Sophie Coyle #NoWrongPath

We present Sophie, Thomas Johnstone’s Marketing Assistant who made opportunities for herself to ensure she was accepted into university to study her desired degree. 

Sophie’s journey has led her to Thomas Johnstone Ltd where she is working in an industry which she thoroughly enjoys thanks to exploring all of her options #NoWrongPath #GreatCompanyToWorkFor

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