We are pleased to present details and photographs of projects completed recently. Further information on each of the projects detailed is available by request.
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The project consisted of re-thatching the existing roof, carrying out timber repairs to the roof structures, as well as masonry repairs to the external walls. The existing thatch was stripped off to allow for timber repairs to the existing roof structure from new oak […]
An appropriately sympathetic modern extension to an 18th century private home. The work combined a range of construction expertise including period building skills, architectural planning and joinery.
Restoration of 4 existing Victorian wings to reinstate the original ‘H’ shaped layout – the southeast wing was converted into a visitors reception, café and toilet amenity, the roof was thatched with Norfolk water reed, the eaves, packed with clay pargetting internal timbers in […]
A stunning yet sympathetic award winning restoration of two traditional barns, creating living accommodation compromising bathroom, kitchen and bedrooms plus swimming pool with changing rooms, overlooking a courtyard viewed through floor-to-ceiling glass windows (private client).
The National Trust instructed Fishers of Fakenham to undertake restoration work on this fine Early Georgian brick townhouse. www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Girl Guide Training & Activity Centre
The project comprised the construction of a new Deluxe stand-alone six bedroom unit within the existing hotel grounds. The traditionally built units are externally faced with traditional Norfolk black stained timber boarding, complemented with pantile roof which has been constructed with a double pitch […]
Work at the Church of St Peter and St Paul Fakenham. A Grade 1 listed 14th century building in Fakenham. The works involved the restoration and repairing (with matt Yorkstone slabs) of the north and south aisles plus the creation of a new visitor […]
The project comprised the construction of a new 40-bed Care Home for the Salvation Army. Each individual bedroom has its own en-suite facilities, communal facilities for dining, hairdressing, recreation, medical and laundry are also provided over two floors making this a high quality development […]
Traditional flint knapped building materials were used to restore this 20ft section of an early Carr stone estate wall to its former glory. Our restoration expertise meant we could carefully match the stone and achieve a seamless integration of the new flints.