This paper presents a numerical study on multi-mode focusing of guided elastic waves in pipe-like structures over a range of frequencies using a single metamaterial lens design. We explore focusing of the first two longitudinal (L(0,1) and L(0,2)) and the first torsional (T(0,1)) wave modes in steel pipe integrated with a metamaterial lens made of cylindrical steel stubs of varying heights attached to outer surface of the pipe. Proposed metamaterial lens design is based on gradient index (GRIN) theory with hyperbolic secant distribution of refractive index in circumferential direction. Amplification of multi-mode guided wave signals are achieved at focal points of the lens which is verified through numerical simulations. The focusing performance of proposed lens is studied at multiple frequencies for all the three modes and first two focal positions are verified with theoretical predictions of GRIN theory.