This company manufactured copper plates for a number of uses. Initially to sheath wooden sailing ships, hence the phrase "Copper Bottomed" and later heat exchangers and condensers made out of copper plate and tubes. They opened in Garston in the mid 1860s and closed in the mid 1930s. Profits from this and other works in the Bibby empire helped pay for All hallows Church in Allerton, Liverpool.
Photo is of the Copper works old water tower viewed from Blackburne St