Fullers benefit from over 145 years of experience in completing works to the highest quality and every project is personally and carefully overseen by William Fuller.
William Fuller commenced his career in the Construction Industry in 1984, working on Building Sites in his school holidays. In 1986, he carried out a fully indentured apprenticeship with RR Stiffell and Sons of Plaistow, a traditional building contractor. Representing Tottenham College in the 1998 National Skillbuild competition, William was awarded Tottenham College’s carpentry student of the year in 1988. Thereafter, further training was awarded by Firmco of Ilford, where William managed a varied series of projects over a three year period.
William Fuller joined Fullers (Builders) Ltd in 1994 working with his Father Hugh for the next 3 years.
Since the mid 1990’s, William has gained a vast amount of experience overseeing Fullers highly respected site managers and team of craft operatives carrying out conservation works on many of London’s finest historic buildings, high quality restoration projects and the occasional quirky new build.
Occasionally, I visit a new enquiry and I feel that I would like us to be involved, just for the experience of working on a certain building. Working at the Soane Museum, Wiltons Music Hall, the Monument and Kensington Palace are all front runners, but my favourite to date has to be the Coalhouse Fort in Essex.