Thomas Johnstone Ltd said thanks to their staff, key partners and customers at their annual corporate golf day earlier this month. The sun shone brightly on the spectacularly picturesque Carrick Golf Club, Loch Lomond where guests were welcomed along for breakfast rolls, refreshments and the opportunity to perfect their swing technique with a coach at the terrific driving range facilities.
Thomas Johnstone Ltd recently further reinforced their commitment to the environment by successfully gaining the ISO 14001:2004 for the implementation of its Environmental Management System (EMS).
We have received a very kind letter from one of our clients, and we wanted to share it with you. Dr Ian Tait is the Curator of Collections for the Shetland Museum, for whom we recently developed bespoke display cases.
Our ongoing involvement in various regeneration projects across Scotland has been featured in the first edition of the Scottish Chambers magazine within their own regeneration feature. Some of our case studies where we have been directly or indirectly involved in larger regeneration projects include:
Following on from the successful completion of the £750k mechanical and electrical works for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) at Tay House in Glasgow, our M & E services division has recently been awarded with a £1.1million contract for further works.