We have recently completed another successful project, Fishmongers’ Hall, a Grade II listed building restoration.

Fishmongers’ Hall has a vast array of history located in a prominent location on London Bridge, London, EC4. The original building dates back to some 1310. Its earliest recorded hall was built and destroyed by the Great Fire, rebuilt twice, and then devastated by bombs during the Second World War before being restored to its former glory and reopened in 1951.

The Fishmongers’ company is one of the twelve Livery companies of the City of London.

The project was challenging because the main entrance was in constant use throughout the project duration. We allowed the client to continue to operate without impacting their business activities. There were a lot of difficulties, but we were able to find a solution. We at Godfrey Martin Ltd are flexible and always focus on our clients’ needs by offering the best solutions to overcome any obstacle.

Godfrey Martin Ltd was tasked with carrying out the management of the external works to the main entrance of Fishmongers’ Hall. The works involved the replacement of lantern lights from original gas installations to electric, ensuring that the historic ambience of the lighting remained. For more information, please visit the project page: https://godfreymartin.co.uk/project/fishmongers-hall/.