Craig Williams is the Managing Director of Williams Restoration, after a 10 year apprenticeship in historic buildings, facade maintenance and fibrous plastering the company was established.
Craig has overseen the growth of Williams Restoration since conception to now maintaining some of the most prominent buildings in the South of England.
Craig prides himself in offering a well thought out, first class service to all of the projects Williams Restoration undertake.
Charlie Pritchard co-founded Williams Restoration in 2015, also completing a 10 year apprenticeship in historic buildings, facade maintenance and fibrous plastering.
Charlie oversees a large amount of the projects for Williams Restoration alongside quality control whose craftsmanship is explicit. Charlie is also heavily involved in the apprenticeship scheme Williams Restoration offer.
Lisa joined Williams Restoration to manage and undertake the accounting and back office functions of the business, more recently her role has changed to provide support to the team as a Director.
Samuel has worked in a vast variety of building projects from conception to handover for over 15 years. He is a fully qualified bricklayer and Heritage Brick Work scholar, awarded by Prince Charles at The Prince’s Foundation and is SSSTS and SMSTS qualified.
Samuel joined in July 2017 to provide support and additional capacity within the team to ensure all projects are completed to timescales, Statement of Works and programme targets.
Samuel is a very driven individual who endeavours to protect our built history whilst pushing for environmentally progressive products and ensuring sustainability within the heritage sector.
Antoinette joined Williams Restoration in 2017. She prepares all the accounting work, management analysis and schedules to support the accounts and helps run the administration of the business on a day to day basis – she works closely with the Directors and is well informed of ongoing and new projects.
Her background is in Accounting and Small Business Management. Originally studied Business Management and Accounting and AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians). Antoinette has brought many years’ experience to the company and has worked in a variety of industries, such as – Not for Profit, Creative and Media, and Construction.
We worked with Williams on our RIBA award winning project The Sekforde, a Grade II Listed Regency period pub. The brief was to re-point the brickwork to the listed façade, which had been badly affected from the removal of cement based render that had been applied sometime around the 1930s...
Chris Dyson Architects
"Cumberland Lodge is a grade two listed building that is part of the Crown Estate in Windsor Great Park. We employed Williams Restoration to refurbished the brickwork on our main front entrance..."
Colin Baker, Cumberland Lodge.
The Williams Restoration team took on the whole job, from removing the cement render through to re-decoration. There's no avoiding the fact that this type of work is messy and sometimes noisy, but they tried hard to minimise nuisance to ourselves and our neighbours. They did a good job, and the facade now looks very smart and authentic.
John Cottrell. Regents Park Road, London
Williams Restoration left the job looking very clean and tidy. I am very pleased with how they have cleaned the stone work. Would highly recommend.
Gary Brown. Contracts Manager, London
So pleased with the work that Williams Restoration completed on my restoration project. I felt at ease with their outstanding customer service and knowledge of the task at hand.
I cant fault the workmanship of Williams Restoration. The site was always left clean and tidy.
Dean Bowie. London
Williams Restoration were always extremely clean and tidy. They provided the project with a good finish.
Graham. London. Ewell
Williams Restoration did a first rate job! Craig Williams is a truely skilled craftsman.