The TClarke company name has evolved over the years from T.Clarke & Co., T. Clarke & Co Limited, T.Clarke plc and now we are simply TClarke, but throughout this time on all our projects and construction sites we are still referred to as “Tommy Clarke”; a nod to the past maybe, but it delivers confidence and dependability for our clients old and new and a sense of wellbeing if you’re part of the Tommy Clarke team. So, as we grow, we think it would be good to use the name we're known by, Tommy Clarke a bit more in our branding.
TClarke has made excellent progress in building its capability and order book as we rapidly progress to reach our target to deliver £500m in revenues whilst maintaining our margins. The Board expects revenues and profit to build quickly throughout the course of the second half of 2021 and remains confident of meeting market expectations for the full year.Read more
TClarke has been appointed principal contractor to lead in two Hertfordshire school projects to replace gas fired heating systems with carbon neutral air source heat pumps. Phil Giddings, Operations Director, TClarke Huntingdon explains.Read more
As one of the three finalists in the TClarke Apprentice of The Year, Emily Lyons has won a place on the company’s prestigious Future Leaders programme. She talk about her experiences and goals for the future.Read more
In a series of short news stories, CEO Mark Lawrence sets out some of the critical strategic features of TClarke’s recently announced Journey to 50% revenue expansion and £500m turnover. The first story focuses on the way the company is preparing to secure a permanent increase in the scale of the pipeline and quality of work coming into the business.Read more
Continuing with our growth stories, CEO Mark Lawrence sets out some of the critical strategic features of TClarke’s recently announced Journey to 50% revenue expansion and £500m turnover. Here he explains how the business has prepared to build its capacity to operate at £500m revenue and beyond – and create the headroom resource capacity for further growth.Read more
In the last of three growth stories, CEO Mark Lawrence sets out some of the critical strategic features of TClarke’s recently announced Journey to 50% revenue expansion and £500m turnover. here he explains how the business is achieving a strategic balance within the order book which allows it to take any cooling in its traditional core market, confidently in its stride – as it moves swiftly ahead on the growth journey.Read more
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