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About the company

KJT Group Ltd was founded in 1983 by Kevin Thulborn to provide a high quality service to the Civil, Highways and Public Sectors and in May 1998 changed over to a Limited Company, (K. J. Thulborn Contractors & Engineers Limited - the 'Organisation').

Established in 1983, the company has quickly became involved within cyclic maintenance including grass cutting, Traffic Management, Arboricultural works and grounds maintenance.

The Company is approved to the following Sector Schemes:

  • Sector 18 for the Environment and Landscape including Ecology
  • Sector 12a & 12b /12c/12d for traffic management for urban and high speed roads

At present the company employs 120 full time staff including full time service mechanics to maintain a fleet of over 650 items of equipment. The company has a good management structure, which enables it to programme and supervise operations effectively and is committed to training, safety awareness and evaluation.

The Company currently carries out many ground maintenance contracts for clients like Devon County Council within schools, social services, fire stations and the like, where it has quickly gained an extremely high reputation for the quality of service and the approach to the needs of its customers.

Working within the Sector Scheme 18 the Company carry out Arboricultural works throughout the South West of England, ranging from normal park type areas through to maintenance on the high speed road network including motorways, and has the ability and necessary trained staff to carry out its own 12a & 12b, 12c and 12d Traffic Management as well as being an approved Lantra Traffic Management Training Centre.

The company also holds dealerships for Bomford, Spearhead and TP machinery.

The Organisation's success is due to, and is attributable to the firm's commitment to quality of service.

Over the years the Organisation utilises the skills and experience of the workforce to offer a competent service to its customers, with a firm undertaking and commitment to training and improving the service given by both the Organisation and staff.

In December 2012 the company relocated to Staverton works, providing the company with a much larger footprint, undercover storage, larger offices and training facilities. The new premises have been purchased, enhancing the company balance sheet.