Thomas Bow City Asphalt

When Lawrence Bow set up his company in 1867, it is unlikely that he envisaged the family name continuing in the trade as far ahead as the 21st century, but from small beginnings Thomas Bow developed into one of Nottingham’s major Building & Civil Engineering contractors. The firm completed many landmark buildings and superior residential properties in and around the city including Wilford Power Station, the Raleigh Factory and Barclays Bank (Market Square, Nottingham).

Throughout this time Thomas Bow had remained a family firm and today some six generations later it has evolved into a limited company headed by Alistair Bow, who coaxed his father out of retirement to work within the company. Alistair and his fellow-directors Alex Gardner, John Allen and David Wilkinson, have between them a broad range of expertise and all recognise that whatever else has altered in the construction and civil engineering industry over the years, the need for good quality workmanship has always been constant.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Nottingham, GB
Size (employees)
12 (est)
Thomas Bow City Asphalt is headquartered in Nottingham, GB

Thomas Bow City Asphalt Office Locations

Thomas Bow City Asphalt has an office in Nottingham
Nottingham, GB (HQ)
4-12 Middleton St

Thomas Bow City Asphalt Metrics

Thomas Bow City Asphalt Financial Metrics

Revenue (2015)

£21.2 m

Revenue growth (2014-15), %

14%

Gross profit

£1.2 m

Gross profit margin (2015), %

6%
Thomas Bow City Asphalt's revenue was reported to be £21.2 m in FY, 2015 which is a 14.1% increase from the previous period.
FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

£9.8 m£18.6 m£21.2 m

Revenue growth, %

90%14%

Cost of goods sold

£9.2 m£17.4 m£20 m

Gross profit

£609.1 k£1.2 m£1.2 m

Gross profit Margin, %

6%6%6%

Operating expense total

£532.9 k£776.3 k£800.3 k

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