St Michael’s, Highgate
St. Michael’s, Highgate stands higher than any other church in London. The Architect was Lewis Vulliamy (1791-1871) and the design was considered to be an outstanding example of the neo-Gothic style, of which the Architect was a pioneer. It was said of him that he was “far in advance of his contemporaries at a period when Gothic was but little known”. The church is Grade II Listed, and falls within a conservation area.
Fullers (Builders) were appointed to restore and refurbish the interior of this spectacular church. Using our team of directly employed staff of craftsmen and craftswomen, we were able to undertake the schedule of works to an overall contract value of £280,000. This was within the church’s budget, and also on program (16 weeks from late December) to ensure the church met their deadlines promised to the Parish.