Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral is an iconic grade II* listed building in the heart of Liverpool and is often refereed to by locals as "Paddy's Wigwam". The Metropolitan Cathedral was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Frederick Gubbard, which was completed in its construction in 1967. Famed for its central altar and turret like structure, the Metropolitan Cathedral has become one of the most renowned buildings in Liverpool. 

We began repair works on the windows within the central altar section in 1998 and completed in that same year. This included the sympathetic repair and restoration of the heritage steel windows and stained glass. We also repaired the main entrance door by replacing the damaged slides and lift mechanisms.

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