The Tower Building, Liverpool

Client: CBRE

Contract: External Restoration     |       Status: Principal Contractor           Value: £1.6M

Tower building is a stunning Grade II* Listed buillding situated on Water Street, an area that is now part of the World Heritage Site, Liverpool.
The structure is one of the earliest steel-framed buildings in England, and details of its architecture reflect the earlier fortified building on the site. Originally an office building it was converted in 2006 into apartments, with the three lower floors being retained for commercial and retail use.

Works included:

  • Erection of full scaffold
  • Superheated steam cleaning to all elevations
  • In-situ repair and restoration of faience to all four elevations
  • Repointing of all faience
  • Timber sash window refurbishment and re-decoration
  • Replacement of asphalt roof covering with Bauder roof system

Overlooking the Tower is the world famous Royal Liver Buildings built in 1910 also designed by architect W. Aubrey Thomas and restored by Quadriga Contracts in 2015.

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  • A team of multi-skilled specialists
  • Experienced historic building restorers
    Dedicated to innovation