Manchester Town Hall, Administrator's Office
Completed in 1887, this most impressive neo-Gothic building cost a million pounds and is acknowledged as a masterpiece in its own right. It rises as a Victorian edifice - a monument to the civic pride of the city fathers, reaching 286 feet above Albert Square below.
Works carried out:
Paint removal from column capitols by means of a poultice system.
Once removed all detailed areas cleaned with a fine steam pencil system.