FisherBullen was created in 2009 with the merging of two Norfolk building companies, Fisher & Sons of Fakenham, established in 1885, and Bullens of Cromer, established in 1895.
FisherBullen is a traditional craft based building company. The skills and experience of its craftsmen has lead to a number of accolades and accreditations. Continued training and development ensures that they offer quality construction activities and will continue to do so well into the future.
This project involved the refurbishment of the current tea rooms, renamed The Squire’s Pantry at Felbrigg Hall, one of the finest country houses managed by the National Trust in Norfolk. R G Carter carried out a complete refurbishment of the existing café, decorating and… Read more »
The two-storey community centre has been constructed as part of a larger scheme to bring a new Tesco superstore to the local area. The scheme included the demolition of a bungalow and had seen a new fire station built in the town. Read more »
The project involved the demolition of a two storey detached house, partial clearance of the site and the construction of a new fire station Read more »
R G Carter built the original stand at Fakenham Racecourse in Norfolk in the early 1960s so has played an important part in the changes seen at the racecourse in its 100 year history. We were invited back to construct the new grandstand. Read more »
An outstanding development of luxury homes constructed in the Norfolk coastal village of Thornham with a high standard of design and craftsmanship, that remains sympathetic to traditional North Norfolk architecture. Read more »
Binham Priory was a Benedictine priory which is now ten centuries old. It was founded by the Norman baron Peter de Valognes, a nephew of William the Conqueror, in the 11th century. It was home to around 14 monks and a prior. Read more »
A new 40-bed care home for the Salvation Army, in North Walsham, replacing the former Mildred Duff care home which stood on the same site. Read more »
R G Carter undertook the extension of Hunstanton lifeboat station to facilitate the housing of their new Atlantic class lifeboat. Read more »